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Obama campaing to share voter personal data

What a great, non-corrupt, non-scheming fellow we just elected.

According to Technology Review, the Democratic National Committee acquired some 223 million pieces of data on potential voters in the final two months before the election.

The Obama administration could use its massive trove of information for other, more nefarious purposes. “It turns out that the Obama campaign’s use of the data is almost completely unregulated,” Grimmelmann writes.’s watery privacy policy states that the campaign can “make personal information available to organizations with similar political viewpoints and objectives, in furtherance of our own political objectives,” leaving the door open for information sharing between the campaign and the NSA, the FBI, or even marketing companies.



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