By: Jeffrey Anderson (Weekly Standard)
With Obamacare’s massive Patient Data Hub poised to open soon, a sloppy mistake by an Obamacare employee hasn’t exactly inspired confidence that Americans’ private information will be closely guarded by Obamacare’s powers-that-be. As the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports (and Andrew Johnson highlights at NRO), an Obamacare exchange employee in Minnesota accidentally sent out an email containing 2,400 Americans’ Social Security numbers.
The Star Tribune writes:
“A MNsure employee accidentally sent an e-mail file to an Apple Valley insurance broker’s office on Thursday that contained Social Security numbers, names, business addresses and other identifying information on more than 2,400 insurance agents.
“An official at MNsure, the state’s new online health insurance exchange, acknowledged it had mishandled private data. A MNsure security manager called the broker, Jim Koester, and walked him and his assistant through a process of deleting the file from their computer hard drives.
We never get the full story ! LOL 1
This is only one part of the bad idea that will happen. Personal information given out. Felons being hired at exchanges. IRS in charge. All monies taken from your tax return. This is totally a police state and nothing is being done about security. That is a very important part of this and no one seems to care about it. therefore it is now more impertative to have the congress/senate on this death program so their info can be made public and see how things will change. Enough of a government that cares not one iota about anyone but themselves.
Accidents don't happen. They're caused. So the incompetence continues.
Obama was an accident. He was only half aborted.
The article didn't say anything about anyone being fired. Wonder why?