A pregnancy app for expecting and new Moms allows her to log just about everything you can imagine, from cramps to sex drive, including the stats on her newborn. But are employers using that information to make decisions about her--about you?
The app is called Ovia and employers incentivize women to use it--$1.00 a day. Ostensibly it's a great service for the Moms and a way to for the company to offer to advice and support. But some experts think it's actually a way for them to be able to isolate employees who are having a high-risk pregnancy. Would you play along? Washington Post full story