Sunday, September 15, 2013

ObamaCare Exchange Leaks Private Data Of 2,400 People

The powers that be are assuring the public that the leak was simply a mistake... a clerical error... but this incident begs the question: how many more mistakes are simply waiting to happen under ObamaCare?


(Daily Caller) An employee of Minnesota’s Obamacare exchange, MNsure, sent an unencrypted file to the wrong person and left 2,400 people’s private information at the mercy of a nearby insurance agent.

One exchange staffer’s simple mistake gave insurance broker Jim Koester access to an Excel document of Social Security numbers, names, addresses and other personal data for whole a list of insurance agents. Luckily for the 2,400, Koester was cooperative — and unnerved.

"The more I thought about it, the more troubled I was," Koester told the Minnesota Star Tribune. "What if this had fallen into the wrong hands? It’s scary. If this is happening now, how can clients of MNsure be confident their data is safe?"

While MNsure officials called Koester and ensured the data was deleted from the insurance company’s hard drives, such an easy breach of confidentiality before the Obamacare exchanges have even gone live heighten the security concerns many have already raised about the law.

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Posted By: Chris Carmouche