Lawsuit: Private Info For COVID Tests Harvested For Political Campaigns

  • The U.S. Postal Service may have shared the private information of up to 68 million households with labor unions – and is now trying to hide it, a lawsuit claims.
  • Tens of millions of Americans received sets of four free Covid-19 tests in the mail by filling out a form on the USPS website with their full name, email and postal address.
  • A nonprofit union watchdog Americans For Fair Treatment (AFFT) spotted small print on the online form which allows USPS to ‘disclose your information to third parties without your consent’, including ‘labor organizations as required by applicable law.’
  • AFFT CEO Elisabeth Messenger said she fears that if passed to unions by USPS, the data could be used for political campaigning. “We’re talking over 70 million households by now. That’s more than half the households in the United States,” she told
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