Obamacare ‘Navigators’ will have unlimited access to personal data

21st Century Wire says…

A new data-grabbing agency emerges

According to reports by the Government Accountability Office or (GOA), Obamacare ‘Navigators’ will have access to the Federal Data Services Hub, which houses personal information gathered by the Department of Health and Human Services.

The massive data hub will include information from most major government agencies “financial data, family size, citizenship and immigration status, incarceration status, social security numbers, and private health information.”

How will your personal information be secure, in an age of abuse?

Just this week, Obama signed an executive order seeking HIV tests from US citizens aged 15 to 65. The health care mandate and HIV initiative have revealed many dark connections, including a conspiracy involving the the UN and several global financiers.

Move over NSA, here comes the Obamacare Big Brother databaseRare

James S. Robbins 

Would you trust thousands of low-level Federal bureaucrats and contractors with one-touch access to your private financial and medical information? Under Obamacare you won’t have any choice.

As the Obamacare train-wreck begins to gather steam, there is increasing concern in Congress over something called the Federal Data Services Hub. The Data Hub is a comprehensive database of personal information being established by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to implement the federally facilitated health insurance exchanges. The purpose of the Data Hub, according to a June 2013 Government Accountability Office (GAO) report, is to provide “electronic, near real-time access to federal data” and “access to state and third party data sources needed to verify consumer-eligibility information.” In these days of secret domestic surveillance by the intelligence communityrogue IRS officials and state tax agencies using private information for political purposes, and police electronically logging every license plate that passes by, the idea of the centralized Data Hub is making lawmakers and citizens nervous.

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