We have a law enacted called the Affordable Care Act that requires millions of United States citizens to access and give their personal data in order to evaluate and consider signing up for healthcare insurance.
Healthcare Signup Site Declared Not Secure By Experts!
The healthcare site advises you that your information may not be secure. You are being told that you access the site at your own risk.
Many victims of identity theft would tell you that when their personal identity was stolen that they lost all of their assets, their jobs, their ability to obtain credit, as well as many other adverse consequences. Many of those people have never recovered from
the identity theft loss and damage after many years.
Here are some articles for you to consider as you decide how you might protect your personal identity…
ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter
Last Updated on Monday, 02 December 2013 11:20Published Date
On Tuesday, Congressman Mo Brooks (R) from Huntsville announced in a statement that the troubledHealthCare.Gov website is not safe to use. The findings were released in a hearing of the Science, Space, and Technology Committee titled, “Is My Data on Healthcare.gov Secure?”
Congressman Brooks said, “By coercing Americans into using HealthCare.gov, regardless of cyber-security threats, this Administration puts the political need for a successful rollout of socialized medicine ahead of hardworking Americans who will suffer the consequences.”
Rep. Brooks said in a prepared statement after the hearing, “I find it appalling and outrageous that this Administration desperately persists in coercing American citizens into using a website that does not work while exposing users to unlimited identity theft and financial loss risks. At a minimum, this Administration should reimburse American citizens for cyber-security losses incurred by their having done nothing more than obey ObamaCare law. To date, this Administration has not offered to compensate American citizens for identity theft and other financial losses caused by HealthCare.gov cyber-security failings.”
BY JIM FINKLE AND ALINA SELYUKH Tue Nov 19, 2013 6:29pm EST
(Reuters) – President Barack Obama’s HealthCare.gov site is riddled with security flaws that put user data of millions of people at risk and it should be shut down until fixed, several technology experts warned lawmakers on Tuesday.
The testimony at a congressional hearing could increase concerns among many Americans about Obama’s healthcare overhaul, popularly known as Obamacare. Opinion polls show the botched rollout of the online marketplace for health insurance policies has hurt the popularity of the effort.
FOX NEWS (INSIDER)
AS SEEN ON FOX NEWS SUNDAY WITH CHRIS WALLACE BY FOX NEWS INSIDER //
Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace engaged in a debate over redistribution with a member of the team that wrote ObamaCare. Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American Progress, argued that there are better plans for the millions who have already had their plans canceled.
James Capretta, Ethics and Public Policy Center senior fellow, warned that small businesses are also going to lose their existing health insurance because of the law.
Nov. 30, 2013 8:24am Oliver Darcy
President Barack Obama told ABC’s Barbara Walters Friday night in an exclusive interview that he is confident his low approval numbers will rise shortly.
“The good thing about when you’re down is that usually, you’ve got nowhere to go but up,” the 44th president joked.
Obama’s comments come on the heels of new polling this month that indicates he is in a low point in his presidency, following the disastrous roll out of his signature health care law.
According to a recent ABC News / Washington Post poll, 55 percent of Americans disapprove of the job he is doing. That same poll also found that if the election were held today, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney would have ousted Obama.
The Obama’s also responded to being booed at a recent college basketball game.
“It’s part of the job,” first lady Michelle Obama told Walters.