Senators Introduce Bill That Would Ban Websites From Using Manipulative Consent Forms
Platforms have a problem with informed consent. A new Senate bill might change that.
Human Rights Group Urges Doctors to Stop Surgeries on Intersex Children
In many cases, surgery on sex organs isn’t medically necessary—and it can be harmful.
Vogue Model Says She’s Intersex
Hanne Gaby Odiele wants people to know about the surgeries done on intersex children before they’re able to consent.
The New Lie-Filled Booklet Texas Abortion Doctors Must Offer Their Patients
Texas' updated abortion counseling materials contain a litany of specious, misleading statements—including an implied link between abortion and breast cancer or suicidal thoughts.
A State-by-State List of the Lies Abortion Doctors Are Forced to Tell Women
In 26 states, abortion providers are required to carry "informed consent" brochures devised by conservative politicians, who say they're simply trying to help women make a difficult decision. But others are forcing doctors to give inaccurate info.
Facebook Promised Transparency About User Experiments, But a Trust Gap Remains
The new changes to Facebook's research policies are unlikely to quell longstanding fears about Facebook’s respect for user privacy.