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“Women of Sex Tech president Alison Falk tested the live stream on YouTube on Friday evening. After four minutes of streaming with a speaker in the UK, the stream was cut off for violating community guidelines. “I was so confused, I thought it had to be a glitch considering there was no mention of sex or adult content at that time,” Falk told Motherboard.”


UK menopause startup Astinno gets a $450K grant to continue work on its wearable; YouTube faces criticism for removing a sextech conference from their platform; HITLAB announces the finalists of the Women’s Health Tech Challenge; Mom-focused content startup Motherly raises $5.4M as it expands into commerce; Women of Wearables announces Femtech Forum 2020, a global virtual conference about femtech; Mount Sinai deploys Google Nest cameras for COVID-19 patient monitoring and communication; Carrot publishes a report and employer handbook about the state on fertility care in the US; Fitbit launches a large-scale “heart study” to understand whether their devices can screen for atrial fibrillation; Wellth raises a $10M Series A 

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