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The White House just posted the emails of critics

Original story at Vox• 7 mentions • 2 weeks ago

Vox 2 weeks ago

 
The White House just responded to concerns it would release voters’ sensitive personal information by releasing a bunch of voters’ sensitive personal information. Last month, the White House’s “election integrity” commission sent out requests to every state asking for all voters’ names, party IDs, addresses, and even the last four digits of their Social Security numbers, among other information. The White House then said this information would be made available to the public. A lot of people did not like the idea, fearing that their personal information could be made public. So some sent emails to the White House, demanding ...
 
 
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What they're saying:

15 Jul
Ed Yong @edyong209
The White House just doxxed a bunch of people who complained about its privacy policies https://t.co/NzbggvwCeL
15 Jul
genegeek @genegeek
RT @rocza: Concerned the White House will use personal voter registration information irresponsibly? ]You should be https://t.co/p9KBRwxPsj
15 Jul
Jonathan Eisen @phylogenomics
The White House just posted the emails of critics — without censoring sensitive personal information https://t.co/2CZ7QqPDa9 via @voxdotcom
14 Jul
Bodhipaksa @Bodhipaksa
The WH just doxxed people who wrote to them criticizing the demand that states hand over details of voter rolls. https://t.co/mGtKQ9tGSX
14 Jul
Asher Wolf @Asher_Wolf
RT @voxdotcom: The White House just posted the emails of critics — without censoring sensitive personal information https://t.co/u80ATVC5np
14 Jul
enigma4ever @watergatesummer
RT @AbeRevere: The White House just posted the emails of critics — without censoring sensitive personal information https://t.co/2wM1LpoSuK
14 Jul
Arthaey Angosii @arthaey
RT @voxdotcom: The White House just posted the emails of critics — without censoring sensitive personal information https://t.co/u80ATVC5np