Privacy Threat Found in ObamaCare Website

Photo Credit: Fox NewsTo enroll in a new ObamaCare health insurance plan on the federal marketplace, most consumers must first provide private personal information.

But buried in that website’s blueprint (known as “source code”) lies an alarming warning first unearthed by the Weekly Standard.

“You have no reasonable expectation of privacy regarding any communication or data transiting or stored on this information system,” reads the disclaimer, which does not appear on the site’s visible “Terms and Conditions” page.

The disclaimer continues: “At any time, and for any lawful Government purpose, the government may monitor, intercept, and search and seize any communication or data transiting or stored on this information system.”

Now security experts are worried this paragraph beneath the surface at HealthCare.gov may represent an ominous sign — that the U.S. government is ill-equipped to handle identity thieves.

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  • Linda

    The obama regime is out to make him a dictator ! Americans better wake up, he is almost there !

  • Paul

    Hey Joe,
    Can you find out for us how to get around this Obummercare crap? As I see it, I agree it was passed and it is the law now weather we like it or not. What I don’t understand is if this government changed the law without the due process, isn’t it a violation of the law? How can a citizen stand against a powerful government and demand the same special treatment they and the corporations are getting? This is not right or fair to the people. We need your help to fight this mess. Thank you, sir.

    • RobGoetzSr

      There was only due process in that the US Supreme Court upheld it, thanks to John Roberts calling it a “TAX”

  • Guest

    My advice is to enroll in LIFELOCK. I tried to gen answers from my Doctors regarding Obamacare contravening HIPPA Privacy regulations but got nowhere. Aside from all this, it is known that Social Security and Medicare are probably the biggest loopholes for ID theives to exploit, meaning it’s an inside job.