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more "spam" emails from mental health-related businesses since signing up for SP



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  • Amy C.

    Hi Lauren,

    SimplePractice absolutely does not sell any of our customers' data, including your personal data or the data you keep within SimplePractice, and never will. While SimplePractice has always taken this approach to the protection of your data, SimplePractice is also compliant with a new law passed in the State of California that went into effect on January 1, 2020, called the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) that sets the strictest requirements for data protection (including extremely strict regulation on sale, etc) in the nation. 

    We updated our Privacy Policy on January 1, 2020 as well to make even more clear how seriously we take the safeguarding of your data, and to confirm that our Privacy Policy is indeed compliant with CCPA. This update provides a transparent and up-to-date view of the approach SimplePractice takes to protect the privacy of your information at all times. 

    If you find that you're receiving a number of ads or emails related to the work you do, it's possible that this is because the cookies your web browser drops when you access certain websites (again, not SimplePractice), perhaps for informational or educational reasons, or especially via social media, are sending data back to advertisers who then use this information to tailor their ads to things they think might be of interest to you. However, SimplePractice is explicitly not party to this, and it's merely a possibility for you to consider. Perhaps you may find it helpful to adjust your browser setting with regard to cookies and other privacy/settings. Here's a link to where you can learn more:

    Again, you can review our Privacy Policy in full here. If you have additional questions, please let me know.

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