Democrats urged Google CEO Sundar Pichai to cease collecting and storing superfluous or non-aggregated location data that might be used to track down individuals seeking abortions.
42 lawmakers urge Google to stop keeping location data that could be used to identify people seeking abortions.
The letter comes ahead of the anticipated reversal of Roe v. Wade. Google has said it received 11,554 geofence warrants in 2020, a type of court order.
16 Democrats signed a letter to FTC urging the agency to protect privacy for those seeking reproductive healthcare.