Radio host Kevin McCullough weighed in on the Facebook data scandal, wondering why there wasn't outrage when the Obama campaign used Facebook data to target voters before the 2012 election.
I’m shocked some of you think we still have privacy online. Here’s a friendly reminder - we don’t.
In a growing and controversial marketing practice, companies are now collecting billions of data points to profile consumers. Those data firms then sell that information to advertisers, who use it to tailor ads specifically aimed at users.
Special Report aired the first in a series called “Prying Eyes,” where Fox News’ Claudia Cowan digs deeper into the government’s data mining program. Tonight’s report focused on why the government was unable to connect the dots between the Boston bombing suspects in order to prevent it.
Check out this sneak peek from Special Report, where Claudia Cowan looked into why the government was not able to use newly revealed data mining capabilities to connect the dots before the Boston bombings.