May 3, 2022 — Privacy is a fundamental, deeply entrenched right in the United States and around the world. As technology evolves, individuals need more privacy protections, not fewer. This is particularly true when data and decisions about health and autonomy are at stake. Moreover, traditionally underserved communities need courts and lawmakers to elevate their voices, not drown them out. The draft decision overturning Roe v. Wade would reduce privacy protections at a time when individuals and lawmakers are demanding more.