Privacy in Mental Health Apps


Over the past few years, there has been a noticeable increase in the use of mental health apps, partly because of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. But, these apps are known for lacking data privacy. In order to profit, many of these apps focus less on data privacy to market medications to users with mental health issues.

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Computer Science major at Fordham University. Working in the Office of Information Technology as an IT Risk Analyst Assistant.

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