With Roe overturned, are privacy rights over?

As congress debates federal privacy laws, those seeking abortions out of state might find their personal data vulnerable. Wired contributor Matt Laslo joins host Krys Boyd to discuss fears that the fall of Roe will mean bounty hunters will sift through data to find women who sought abortions and use it to punish them – and the special protections some would like to see put in place. His article is “The Shaky Future of a Post-Roe Federal Privacy Law.”