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Report: Activision Blizzard Wants To Know How Its Employees' Pregnancies Are Going

A story published by the Washington Post Tuesday night revealed that game publisher Activision Blizzard has been offering third-party fertility and pregnancy tracking services to its employees—and then receiving their anonymized data back in return.


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