White House Folds "Flag@Whitehouse.gov," Makes Security Changes, After Internet Flaps - Political Punch
n a tacit acknowledgment of some new media missteps, the White House made changes to its White House’s “Reality Check” website this week after anger that some people were receiving unsolicited emails generated from the White House, and suggestions from a Republican senator that the White House was using an email address to compile a list of political opponents. White House Director of Media Macon Phillips writes in a blog post that the irony is that the website, which tried to clear up misinformation caused by “fear-mongering” has now become the subject of the same beast.
whitehouse folds the tattle tail website. however, they are still using cookies on their websites (any .gov) site which can track your every internet move.