If you ever consider contributing to a U.S. presidential candidate's campaign on their website, you'll have to give them your name, address, phone number, and e-mail.
I don't entirely understand why these details are important, but what really confuses me is:
Campaign finance law requires us to collect your occupation and employer.
You must include the name of your employer and your job title. It is law, but I can't find any information online telling me why this is so and why this matters.
If anything, I think it would make people uncomfortable and feel like there is the possibility of having, for example, their boss with differing political views find out who at their office is contributing to who and act based on it.