The team behind Obama’s uber successful online campaign wants to share its work with the world of coders, programmers, and developers. The democratic party says not so fast, as they believe making the technology public may provide Republicans insight into the secrets behind the magic. Three months after Obama clinched a second term, the code still remains locked away. The developers argue to bring the code to the public, as it was built on top of open source code and should be shared with others for further improvement. Plus, if the code remains untouched until the next election, it will be useless. The democrats aren’t budging, stating there are potential privacy issues. Ugh. Politics. [Source: The Verge]