WhiteHouse.gov to allow collection of user data

by Rebecca Shabad - The Hill
April 18, 2014

WhiteHouse.gov updated its privacy policy Friday to allow for the collection of user data if it’s in the open domain.

“Information you choose to share with the White House (directly and via third party sites) may be treated as public information,” the new policy says, according to the Associated Press.

The policy, however, doesn’t impose any significant changes. Instead, it aims to make it easier for online visitors to the White House to understand how their visits are documented.

Information about how long and when people visit the site is recorded, for instance, as is the amount of data transmitted from WhiteHouse.gov to their computers. Emails that are opened, forwarded or printed from the website are also tracked.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • defiant1 says:

    How dare you Obama. you collect data on us but you do not provide us with the info we needed about your background. Yet your campaign media also protected your crooked rear end. Scumbags all over politics, the biggest scumbag at WhiteHouse.gov.

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