First they overturned Roe. Now the Supreme Court is set to overturn the Chevron Doctrine to make it easier for Abortion Bounty Hunters to track down women.
What does overturning the Chevron Doctrine mean for you?
- The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulates corporations, like Google from engaging in unfair business practices
- Google collects and makes available personal data on women seeking abortions
- Overturning the Chevron Doctrine, would prevent the FTC from blocking Google from sharing details on women seeking abortions with bounty hunters.
- Texas has banned most abortions in the state and women like Kate Cox are forced to travel out of state to get care.
- Texas awards $10,000 to ABORTION BOUNTY HUNTERS for suing those who help a women obtain an abortion. Cab drivers. Friends. Family members. Airlines. Credit Card companies…
Follow the MAGA Supreme Court scheme to strip women of more freedoms with this Explainer.
It has been nearly 40 years since the Supreme Court indicated in Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council that courts should defer to an agency’s reasonable interpretation of an ambiguous statute... It seemed unlikely that the rule outlined in that case, known as the Chevron doctrine, will survive the MAGA Supreme Court in its current form. A majority of the justices seemed ready to jettison the doctrine or at the very least significantly limit it.
The court’s ruling could have ripple effects across the federal government, where agencies frequently use highly trained experts to interpret and implement federal laws. Although the doctrine was relatively noncontroversial when it was first introduced in 1984, in recent years conservatives – including some members of the Supreme Court – have called for it to be overruled. - SCOTUS BLOG (summarized)
How does overturning the Chevron Doctrine strip women of their freedom?
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is the agency that regulates corporations, like Google from unfair business practices. The MAGA Supreme Court by overturning the Chevron Doctrine, would effectively prevent the FTC from regulating Google's actions that endanger women's privacy and sharing details of trips to abortion clinics.
Google’s Policies Endangers Those Seeking Abortions. Google keeps retains both location search queries of users who visit abortion clinics. - Accountable Tech
- 13 states fully ban abortion care and prosecute people seeking abortions.
- Google’s data collection practices threaten the personal freedom of millions of Americans.
- Prosecutors in states where abortion is illegal may already be making requests for personal data from Google in order to prosecute those seeking reproductive care.
- Family member, hacker, or abusive partner could access or log into a user’s Google account and turn this data over to state authorities.
- Follow along with this EXPLAINER
TakeAway: Elections have consequences. You could get an even more right wing Christian extremists on the Supreme Court. Vote for President Biden and Democrats to protect womens' freedom to choose when and with whom to have a family.
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"Google isn't deleting abortion patients' location data" - Jessica's Valenti's blog "Abortion Every Day"
Post-Roe, Google’s Data Collection and Policies Could Endanger Those Seeking Abortions - Accountable Tech
Google Has a Stalking Problem - Tech Transparency Project
Graphic of GOP invading women's privacy - Ann Telnaes
The Handmaid's Tale - Hulu