What data your smartphone is transmitting -- and to whom
Our relationship with technology is more integrated into our daily lives than ever. In 2010, just over a third of American adults owned a smartphone; now the figure is more than 80 percent. But our comfort with technology - and the private data it collects and shares - may be changing. William Brangham talks to Charlie Warzel of the New York Times about its new series on digital tracking.
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