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    Hidden Code on Healthcare.gov Breaks HIPPA Law: States User has “no reasonable expectation of privacy”

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    Among all the problems associated with the new government website designed to implement the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), one of them could be that it is breaking the law under HIPPA privacy rights. This was revealed in Congressional hearings this week.

    Representative Joe Barton (R-Texas), grilled the vice president of the technology company contracted to design the government website, Cheryl Campbell, regarding why code was hidden stating that users of the website Healthcare.gov “no reasonable expectation of privacy.” In earlier testimony, Campbell had stated the website was “HIPPA compliant.”

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