Mario Trujillo reports:
All but a handful of presidential campaign websites received failing privacy grades because of the common practice of sharing voter data with like-minded organizations, according to a review by a security and privacy group.
The Online Trust Alliance, a nonprofit backed by businesses in the tech industry, found that 17 of the 23 candidate websites it evaluated received failing grades, almost solely because of their privacy policies.
Read more on The Hill.
See also Jeff Elder’s coverage on WSJ.