Associated Press (AP): The government’s health insurance website is quietly sending consumer’s personal data to private companies that specialize in advertising and analyzing Internet data for performance and marketing, The Associated Press has learned. The scope of what is disclosed or how it might be used was not immediately clear, but it can include age, income, ZIP code, whether a person smokes, and if a person is pregnant. It can include a computer’s Internet address, which can identify a person’s name or address when combined with other information collected by sophisticated online marketing or advertising firms” (HealthCare.gov) January 2015 – A few days prior to this article, Marilyn Tavenner resigned after being accused of padding Obamacare enrollment numbers Representative Darrell Issa, Republican of California and former chairman of the House Committee and Government Reform, said Ms. Tavenner “had to go.” “He said that she had “padded the Obamacare enrollment numbers” to make them look larger than they were. Congressional investigators discovered in Novemver that the administration had overstated enrollment by including about 400,000 dental insurance subscribers in the total of 7.1 million people with coverage purchased through the exchanges. The mistake we made is unacceptable, “HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell said in a Twitter post at the time” New York Times Department of Health and Human Service’s Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Director Marilyn Tavenner (Barack Obama’s CORRUPT Administration @BarackObama Barack Hussein Obama)

Representative Darrell Issa, Republican of California and former chairman of the House Committee and Government Reform, said Ms. Tavenner

“had to go”

“He said that she had

“padded the Obamacare enrollment numbers”

to make them look larger than they were

Congressional investigators discovered in Novemver that the administration had overstated enrollment by including about 400,000 dental insurance subscribers in the total of 7.1 million people with coverage purchased through the exchanges

The mistake we made is unacceptable,

“HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell said in a Twitter post at the time”

New York Times

Department of Health and Human Service’s Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Director Marilyn Tavenner
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Government health care website quietly sharing personal data
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1/20/2015
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