Skip to comments.Obamacare marketplaces raise data security concerns
Posted on 10/02/2013 3:50:55 AM PDT by tobyhill
Minnesota insurance broker Jim Koester was looking for information about assisting with Obamacare implementation; instead, what landed in his inbox last month was a document filled with the names, Social Security numbers and other pieces of personal information belonging to his fellow Minnesotans.
In one of the first breaches of the new Obamacare online marketplaces, an employee of the Minnesota marketplace, called MNsure, accidentally emailed Koester a document containing personally identifying information for more than 2,400 insurance agents, the Minnesota Star Tribune reported. MNsure was able to quickly undo the damage because Koester cooperated with them, but the incident left him unnerved.
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That is Obama’s twisted idea of “transparency”.
“MNsure was able to quickly undo the damage ...”
They really DON’T understand the internet, do they?
Is he sure he didn't go to the NSA web site by mistake?
Why do they never publish the name of the MORON that leaked the information?
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