How much faith can you place in the government’s assertions that your private and personal medical and financial records under Obamacare are protected by both legislation and tight security precautions …
when the government could not protect classified “secret” military and diplomatic information from being captured by a disgruntled gay soldier and being disseminated to legitimate news sources who had very little hesitation to publish it as front-page news?
And when the government could not find a single law that would prevent the information being published to the public by a so-called legitimate news organization?
Or when it is likely that some of the medical or financial information may reside on servers outside the immediate jurisdiction of the United States – especially when medical notes are transcribed in foreign countries?
How much faith are you willing to place in a system that aggregates medical and financial data from a multiplicity of sources and will make it available to anyone with a so-called legitimate “medical” or “legal” need? Especially since there would be no protections or restrictions against a private party accessing all of the information being stored in a single place during the discovery phase of a trial. Even if the lawsuit is trivial and without merit, information may leak into the public domain.
How comfortable are you with having hyper-partisan and self-serving unionized people accessing your records with little or no real controls – and the motivation to leak it to some group for the purposes of discrediting or embarrassing you?
In is always the insider with motive, means and opportunity …
In one of the most guarded venues on this planet, an insider acts poorly.
|Reuters is reporting …
In August, the military police said the soldier used his mobile phone to take pictures of a credit card belonging to Lieutenant General Gabi Ashkenazi and then gave them to weapons dealers, who used them to make purchases.
Lewis Maskota also admitted to stealing Ashkenazi's gun from his office and selling it to criminals.
He explained to the military court that he was caught up in debt and was under great financial pressure at the time, Israeli media said.
The affair raised questions in the media as to the level of security around Israel's top general. <Source>
Bottom line …
Considering that your personal information under Obamacare is not a matter of national defense and that your only legal remedies might cost an “arm and a leg” to pursue in civil court, can you trust the current government database system without further legislative and technological safeguards?