This is sometime in the future, in a country strikingly similar to the USA.
You are a young woman.
You are pregnant, due to a rape - maybe your scumbag boyfriend did it, maybe a stranger, maybe even a relative - does not matter.
You decide to terminate the pregnancy.
Since your state does not allow abortion (or puts so many ridiculous rules it's almost impossible to get one), you contact - through a secure email address - a clinic in another state and request an appointment, how much it is going to cost, what's the procedure, etc. and get answers from a doctor. All that information is stored on your laptop, either with full disk encryption (best solution), or in an encrypted file (not-so-good).
Finally, you manage to borrow/beg/steal enough money to go to the clinic, where a doctor performs the abortion. You go home and try very hard to forget about the whole thing.
One day, due to some mistake on your part -- let's say you talked to the wrong person -- state police knocks on your door, arrests you for terminating the pregnancy, seizes your laptop and discovers the incriminating evidence is encrypted.
Since they can charge you with terminating the pregnancy and/or not respecting the state rules on abortion and/or not communicating properly your intention to terminate the pregnancy, but ONLY if they have some solid evidence, they put pressure on you to give them your secret key.
What do you do? Plead the 5th. And then it becomes a case of "he said/she said"... And you get off scot-free, since there is no incriminating evidence, except for some testimony.
So, yeah, given the conservative and regressive nature of the abortion policies in many states, this may, unfortunately, become a possible scenario in the near future.
Now, change a few words in the above story - make abortion ''sexual experimentation that your local laws frown upon'' for instance - and you have another very plausible scenarion EVEN TODAY.
What you do with your own body should be nobodies business but your own.