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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Ken Rudin
Facebook executives say they have new technology to track how long users pause over certain spots on the site and they’re testing the data collection technique now, saying it could help advertisers more efficiently target customers.
The candidates aren't the only ones competing Tuesday: The pollsters, pundits and party chiefs who are paid to gauge, as accurately as possible, the country's political temperature have a lot riding on the results as well.
The technology tests if a user's cursor is hovered over an ad and if the newsfeed is in a viewable area, said Facebook analytics chief Ken Rudin, in The Daily Mail.
He also said he wasn't sure when the technology would go live on the site.