Did the Obama Campaign Run Roughshod Over Voter Privacy?

Database could undercut administration initiatives

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The Obama presidential campaign displayed a masterful use of databases to assemble the most sophisticated voter profiles ever used in any election. But privacy advocates believe the campaign's "do as I say, not as I do" approach will undercut proposed consumer privacy initiatives.

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