Healthcare.gov exposed as data-gathering honey pot

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  1. poncho

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    The pieces of the puzzle on Obamacare are finally coming together. Yesterday it was revealed during congressional testimony that the Healthcare.gov website contains a hidden disclaimer which reads, "You have no reasonable expectation of privacy regarding any communication or data transmitting or stored on this information system."

    This is an open admission that the site intends to share your data with other government entities. It also means the entire website violates federal law because it does not comply with HIPAA regulations for medical privacy. Click here to watch the astonishing video testimony.

    But this isn't the only evidence now emerging.

    It also turns out that an NSA-funded entity actually helped build Healthcare.gov! Kit Daniels has just published a groundbreaking story that links the CIA venture capital firm "In-Q-Tel" to the Healthcare.gov data collection technology provider known as Socrata.

    "Socrata will work with the CIA and other intelligence agencies to transform raw data into a format easily utilized and accessible to the intelligence community," writes Daniels. "Healthcare.gov captures the personal data provided during the Obamacare enrollment process for this spy grid database."
     
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    I knew that is exactly what it was else why build the data storing buildings and system. This guy is evil.
     
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    Yep and you know why he keeps getting away with ignoring tha law?

    Fluoride in the kool aid.


    Power, Money and Crushing Dissent Are Real Motives

    The NSA not only spied on the leaders of Germany, Brazil and Mexico, but on at least 35 world leaders.

    The Guardian reports:
    One unnamed US official handed over 200 numbers, including those of the 35 world leaders, none of whom is named. These were immediately “tasked” for monitoring by the NSA.
    That’s just one incident we know about. The NSA also spies on the European Union, the European Parliament, the G20 summit and other allies.
    The NSA asked government agencies to share their Rolodexes, so the NSA would have phone numbers for top foreign political and military leaders.

    A confidential government memo admits that the spying didn’t help prevent terrorism:

    http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2013/10/proof-that-nsa-spying-is-not-really-focused-on-terrorism.html
     
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    I agree with you completely, Ponch. But we kinda figured that out when the media -- or rather, "medium," because initially the only one telling the story was Fox News -- started telling us that the delays were being caused by the personal information gathering function of the website being a required activity before anyone could even see premium information.
     
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    Fox News is never going to tell you the whole story. That's not their purpose. Their purpose is to distract us from the root causes of our problems, shift the blame and please their corporate sponsors same as the "liberal media ".

    What is the purpose of journalism, to act as watchdogs and expose government corruption and wickedness in high places or shift the blame and provide distractions and partisan talking points?

    Fox News was calling everyone that questioned the warrant less spying program under Bush un American and un patriotic and painting us all as terrorist sympathizers. It's only an issue with Fox now because the dems are using Bush's illegal spying program.
     
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