Now Playing: 04-02-12 Marketplace Tech Report

A security company is charting the rise of spam in the 2012 election cycle. And it's not spam for Viagra advertisements, or replica handbags and fake Rolex watches -- but political-themed messages that are either pumping up a candidate or denigrating a particular candidate. It's happening through methods like fake accounts on Facebook or news websites that do nothing but post suspiciously similar comments. Also, teaching bonobos how to use tablets.