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  1. Has anybody looked at the privacy information that Smile Software collects on you when you go to their site? https://smilesoftware.com/privacy-details Holy macro, they collect all kinds of stuff. Here is a copy and past of the stuff they keepl Advertising Facebook Google Adwords LinkedIn Microsoft Bing Cookies, Purchase Funnel, Usage Data Analytics Google Analytics Cookies and Usage Data App Activation (not applicable to subscription TextExpander) DevMate Email, name, license code, product details Automation Zapier Transitory data for process automation (e.g., contact form details from WuFoo to create support case in Desk) Payment Processing eSellerate FastSpring Paddle PKI-compliant transaction data subject to service’s privacy policy Contacting Customers Desk from Salesforce Email, name, support exchanges Mailchimp Email, name, list membership, product interest Survey Monkey Email, name, survey responses WuFoo Support form content, webinar signups (WuFoo is a subsidiary of Survey Monkey) Database MongoDB TextExpander application database: snippets, groups, organizations, etc. Rackspace Purchase database: email, name, contact info, license code, transaction details Sales Close.io Email, name, contact info, position, company, email exchanges with Smile’s sales staff, augmented with Business Intelligence where possible Clearbit Business Intelligence – queried to augment sales data Social Media Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Hootsuite Twitter Handle, follower count, relevant public messages, direct messages Me again. They seem to go through all your cookies, I guess, and collect all this information. Does Smile Software really need all this information if I go their web site? I suggest, when you go to the site, go in a private window if their site allows it. I have a lot of their software, but now I think I need to start looking elsewhere.