Consumer Reports examined the privacy practices of seven popular mental health applications. Using specially programmed Android phones, Consumer Reports was able to see the third parties that received data from the apps. The organization explored whether privacy settings were on by default, as well as the apps' privacy notices. Consumer Reports also reached out to the seven apps to ask how they handle the U.S Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
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