Financially troubled startup powered Trump campaign


While activity on the app has slowed recently, the enriched data it gathered on the president's supporters — which can include everything from their contacts to their IP address to their location data — can serve many purposes going forward, said Adav Noti, a former Federal Election Commission attorney who works for the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center. "I'm assuming that what he is going to do is transfer the assets of the campaign," Noti said. "You can definitely buy the data and the campaign can sell it to you, the trickier question is how much do you have to pay for it."

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