Friday, October 25, 2013

Revealed: Obamacare subscribers have no reasonable expectation of privacy and their details will be shared with 2,000 employees

  • Verbal sparring erupted over whether Obamacare website vendors violated medical privacy laws by collecting personal information from applicants
  • One Democrat on the panel insisted that since no medical histories were required to apply, there was no violation of the 'HIPPA' law
  • The HHS Department's own website declares that every American's 'name, address, birth date, Social Security Number' must be protected
  • A company chief testified that 2,000 of his employees have access to such information submitted with Obamacare insurance applications
  • Hidden text in the 'source code' of the Obamacare website says users are waiving their privacy rights, and that their personal data 'may be disclosed or used for any lawful Government purpose. 
  • Full text: The Daily Mail