ObamaCare Unlikely to Secure Americans’ Private Information


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ObamaCare requires that the government know Americans’ financial, medical, and employment information. This data should be private, yet the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) says that the Obama administration has not set up adequate safeguards to protect Americans’ private information under the new healthcare system.

Reuters indicates that the OIG’s study, released on Friday, discovered that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)–the HHS agency that is running ObamaCare–“had set a May 13 deadline for its contractor to deliver a plan to test the security of the crucial information technology component.”

Though a test to assess firewalls and other security systems was supposed to have been performed between June 3rd and 7th, the delivery deadline was not kept, and the test will now take place this week and next.



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