Saturday, June 15 at 10 p.m. ET & Sunday, June 16 at 9 p.m. ET
Hosted by John Roberts
Every step we take, every move we make, "Big Data" is watching us.
Our computers, phones and countless other devices are generating long trails of electronic data -- information that can be stored and analyzed who-knows-where for who-knows-what by who-knows-who.
When our lives can be retrieved at the stroke of a key, what happens to privacy? Does the government become too powerful? Could our traditional freedoms be threatened and do we care?
This weekend, Fox News delves into the world of daily data and examines stories that would have seemed entirely unconnected only a few years ago:
Government whistleblowers fretting about a mysterious new spy center in the Utah desert.
A Massachusetts teacher instructing grade-schoolers on what not to do with an iPhone.
A new breed of political operatives leading an unprecedented get-out-the-vote effort.
A California entrepreneur trying to mine data from social networking sites.
In today's world, it all ties together. And in 'Fox News Reporting: Your Secret's Out' we're connecting the dots.
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