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  • Female Strava users want more data privacy
  • Female Strava users want more data privacy
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Female Strava users want more data privacy

Fitness app Strava has built a business on creating friendly competition between strangers via mutual data sharing. But with around half of female joggers having been harassed while running, awareness around the impact of digital security on offline safety is increasing, and Strava has come under fire.

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