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Have you ever wondered what actually happens to your iPhone when you charge it while you sleep at night? Geoffrey Fowler, technology columnist for the Washington Post, discovered that more than 5,000 hidden app trackers gained access to his personal data without his knowledge. He joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss his report.
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