(Bloomberg) -- If cash fuels a modern presidential campaign, data drives it.

That's why a technical glitch that allowed staff from Senator Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign to access a voter list created by Hillary Clinton set off a firestorm. As a result, the Democratic National Committee temporarily suspended Sanders' access to the party's coveted database, restoring that access at the end of last week following a suit filed by Sander's camp.

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