Your Digital Trail NPR and the Center for Investigative Reporting examine how your online data can be used against you.

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Your Digital Trail: Data Fuels Political And Legal Agendas

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Your Digital Trail: Does The Fourth Amendment Protect Us?

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Your Digital Trail: Private Company Access

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Your Digital Trail, And How It Can Be Used Against You

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