Obamacare Marketplace: Personal Data Can Be Used For ‘Law Enforcement and Audit Activities’

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posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 03:41 PM
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Obamacare Marketplace: Personal Data Can Be Used For ‘Law Enforcement and Audit Activities’

It looks like we have a cute little *disclaimer* hidden in at least some of the ObamaCare websites.

Read the 'privacy statements' very carefully and proceed with *extreme* caution !!!

Surprise !!!!!!


This one is apparently from the Maryland site;


Should you decide to apply for health coverage through Maryland Health Connection, the information you supply in your application will be used to determine whether you are eligible for health and dental coverage offered through Maryland Health Connection and for insurance affordability programs. It also may be used to assist you in making a payment for the insurance plan you select, and for related automated reminders or other activities permitted by law. We will preserve the privacy of personal records and protect confidential or privileged information in full accordance with federal and State law. We will not sell your information to others. Any information that you provide to us in your application will be used only to carry out the functions of Maryland Health Connection. The only exception to this policy is that we may share information provided in your application with the appropriate authorities for law enforcement and audit activities.



The site does not specify if "appropriate authorities" refers only to state authorities or if it could include the federal government, as well. Neither is there any detail on what type of law enforcement and/or audit activities would justify the release of the personal information, or who exactly is authorized to make such a determination. An email to the Maryland Health Connection's media contact seeking clarification has not yet been answered

The second privacy term that may prompt caution by users relates to email communications. The policy reads:



If you send us an e-mail, we use the information you send us to respond to your inquiry. E-mail correspondence may become a public record. As a public record, your correspondence could be disclosed to other parties upon their request in accordance with Maryland’s Public Information Act.




Obamacare Marketplace: Personal Data Can Be Used For ‘Law Enforcement and Audit Activities’




posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 03:48 PM
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and the noose just gets tighter and tighter on the citizens, while the police state grow.......

who would have thunk it /sarcasm



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 03:56 PM
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Excellent Job My Friend,
You hear people saying, we need to end this Government Shut Down because every body wants Obamacare.
Those people are not looking at the big picture. The more intelligent masses have never wanted Obamacare.
We knew what it would be, nothing but the Government being in your business, home, car, school, work and with you on vacation and in your bedroom and most of all in your bank account and savings account and any retirement you might have. Yes, in your Life and your Children's Life.

At any time they'd just pull up your info and audit you or maybe question how you were able to afford that vacation to Europe or how can you afford the third child? It is the Government and they will demand their taxes from you,,,,, Sorry,,, Forgot, Obamacare is not a Tax

Watch what else you'll be filing in 2014 www.obamacaretaxform.com...
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posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 04:01 PM
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In Canada, certain health care expenses are tax deductible. So, making the information available for audit purposes would make sense to weed out those looking to exploit the system yes?

I believe this is somewhat related to what will happen in the US.

If this health care law in the US does come to fruition, would you not at least make sure that on top of already paying the premium for the service that no one compounds the strain on the collective wallet by defrauding it?

Besides, they have all your information already....
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posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 04:03 PM
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My guess is since this law is being run and coordinated by the IRS, the "appropriate authorities for law enforcement and audit activities" mean can be used in an IRS audit to garnish your taxes, or tax you more in some new creative legal manner not yet devised, but assured to be done if the price is right.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 04:12 PM
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MDDoxs
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In Canada, certain health care expenses are tax deductible. So, making the information available for audit purposes would make sense to weed out those looking to exploit the system yes?

I believe this is somewhat related to what will happen in the US.

If this health care law in the US does come to fruition, would you not at least make sure that on top of already paying the premium for the service that no one compounds the strain on the collective wallet by defrauding it?

Besides, they have all your information already....
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Good point.

But here we all fill out and file tax returns every year.

Medical deductions are not allowed for everybody,
and some have limited deductions for medical expenses.

Usually, anything that becomes a question is dealt with by the IRS at a later time.

I think the IRS has new forms and checkpoints that deal with insurance.

This *warning* is being placed on websites for people looking into and possibly buying insurance policies.

The disclaimers and warnings might be there to ward off potential fraud.

Some people will be giving credit card info and ss numbers etc on the websites.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 04:13 PM
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hummmm i see you did not pay your taxes last month joe. Guess we cant do that heart operation until the IRS clears you.
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posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 04:31 PM
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Krakatoa
or tax you more in some new creative legal manner not yet devised


The only thing missing is mandatory dna sample collection. Ya know, a new tax if one's dna markers don't exactly meet the "requirements". I was going to add sarcasm tags but given the already overblown scope of ObamaCare the idea doesn't sound too farfetched after all.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 04:34 PM
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camaro68ss
hummmm i see you did not pay your taxes last month joe. Guess we cant do that heart operation until the IRS clears you.
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You're absolutely correct, They'll just pull up your Obamacare info from your Medical Insurance Information that is Registered with the IRS and see that you've not paid your Premium or you Owe Back Taxes.
Looks like the Kidney Transplant will have to wait until you're paid in full to the Government and it show a Paid In Full in the System.




posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 04:35 PM
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And you are surprised?


I figure that Obamacare is going to be used to force mandatory RFID chipping and DNA data files on everyone.

FROM: National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine
Stage implementation of RFID in hospitals.


Abstract
OBJECTIVES:
The use of radio frequency identification device (RFID) technology within the healthcare industry was researched and specific instances of implementation of this technology in the hospital environment were examined...

CONCLUSIONS:

Many players in the hospital environment may be impacted. This includes patients, doctors, nurses, technicians, administrators, and other hospital personnel. Insurance and government agencies may be impacted as well...


RFID Applications in Patient Tracking


Patient Tracking Applications

In the healthcare industry, RFID technology is applied for patient tracking by offering wristbands containing RFID tags. The tags interact with hospital information system for automating administrative tasks like admissions, transfers and discharges. The U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently approved a tag called VeriChip for use in humans. These tiny tags help disoriented, elderly and high risk patients more secure status by storing a full medical record....

The future of healthcare technology depends on the Positive Patient Identification (PPI) in reducing medical errors and adverse drug effects. Implementing RFID technology will ensure the basic rights of medical safety: right patient, right drug, right dose, right route and right time, by complying with the standards and regulations of HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, which mentions the standards of data exchange with protection and confidentiality of patient information), JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations that emphasizes positive patient identification) and AHA (American Hospital Association stressing guidelines for tamperproof non-transferable wristband minimizing the risk of losing transferred data).

[b}The RFID system in patient tracking provides non-transferable positive patient identification.....


Microchips Are Already Being Implanted in Humans gives a listing of other links.

From the ACLU: Newborn DNA Banking


The DNA of virtually every newborn in the United States is collected and tested soon after birth. There are some good reasons for this testing, but it also raises serious privacy concerns that parents should know about. States require hospitals to screen newborns for certain genetic and other disorders. Many states view the testing as so important they do not require medical personnel to get parents’ express permission before carrying it out....

It used to be that after the screening was completed the blood spots were destroyed. Not anymore. Today it is increasingly common for states to hold onto these samples for years, even permanently. Some states also use the samples for unrelated purposes, such as in scientific research, and give access to the samples to others.....


You really didn't think Obamacare was actually about your HEALTH now did you? Especially when Obama has Holdern as his Science Czar. John Holdren, Obama's Science Czar, says: Forced abortions and mass sterilization needed to save the planet

Oh, and do not forget the Fabians, who founded the London School of Economics that trains our politicians, bankers and Corporate heads like JFK, David Rockefeller and George Soros, were real big on EUGENICS.

Now the connection gets down right interesting. Former eugenics founded Planned Parenthood director to lead President Barack Obama’s organization in North Carolina

The founder of Planned Parenthood was Margaret Sanger. If you have the stomach for it you can read Margaret Sanger - In Her Own Words


From the Guardian UK: Eugenics: the skeleton that rattles loudest in the left's closet: Socialism's one-time interest in eugenics is dismissed as an accident of history. But the truth is far more unpalatable

The eugenics movement Britain wants to forget

But that is a bit tough to do. Why is Royal Society hosting Pro-Eugenics Conference?

And then there is the United Nations. Julian Huxley was the first director-general of UNESCO

Huxley and Eugenics


Huxley’s position on eugenics is detailed below in an analysis of several of his most influential publications on eugenics, ... but each address adds a specific dimension to Huxley’s overall position on eugenics, and together these sources detail the evolution of his stance on human biological inequality, education, and eugenic reform throughout the course of his career.

“The Vital Importance of Eugenics” (1933)

Sterilization of the unfit and identification of carriers of defective genotypes
Huxley argued that the principle goal of eugenics in the short term should be to ensure that mentally defective individuals cease having children. He advocated in particular for:
· Prohibition of marriage of the unfit
· Segregation of institutions containing degenerate individuals
· Sterilization of the unfit

However, Huxley was not particularly concerned with the specifics of how short-range eugenics were implemented, so long as degenerate individuals were stopped from reproducing as quickly as possible.

He additionally lamented that the process of eliminating feeble-mindedness from the population would be a particularly difficult task, due to the recessive nature of certain genes coding for mental defects. Therefore, he proposed that one of the long-term goals of eugenics should be the discovery of a method through which carriers of genes for mental deficiency could be accurately diagnosed, though these individuals do not exhibit defective traits themselves. If carriers could be identified before they reproduced, Huxley argued, then eugenicists would have yet another tool at their disposal with which to stop degenerate germ plasm from infiltrating future generations...



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 04:40 PM
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shockedonlooker

Krakatoa
or tax you more in some new creative legal manner not yet devised


The only thing missing is mandatory dna sample collection. Ya know, a new tax if one's dna markers don't exactly meet the "requirements". I was going to add sarcasm tags but given the already overblown scope of ObamaCare the idea doesn't sound too farfetched after all.


DNA collection will happen, all the doctors have to do is enter into your file anytime they want. People may not know that their DNA is being collected but it will be there and then when the news is leaked that the government is collecting your DNA through obamacare, it will be for safety and security purposes and to automatically be able to identify you in case of a terrorist attack.



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 05:02 PM
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RickKilgannon

shockedonlooker

Krakatoa
or tax you more in some new creative legal manner not yet devised


The only thing missing is mandatory dna sample collection. Ya know, a new tax if one's dna markers don't exactly meet the "requirements". I was going to add sarcasm tags but given the already overblown scope of ObamaCare the idea doesn't sound too farfetched after all.


DNA collection will happen, all the doctors have to do is enter into your file anytime they want. People may not know that their DNA is being collected but it will be there and then when the news is leaked that the government is collecting your DNA through obamacare, it will be for safety and security purposes and to automatically be able to identify you in case of a terrorist attack.


I agree and that's what they'll tell us. A non-violent way of ethnic/class cleansing. As soon as they do away with the undesirables, they'll slap who's left with a "genetically superior" tax



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 05:35 PM
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Besides, they have all your information already....


but not your consent

unless they can show your signature...



posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 07:23 PM
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DNA collection will happen,

As I said in the post above yours, they already collect and archive the DNA of babies born in hospitals.



posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 07:29 AM
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This is getting ridiculous, see, of course the government is interested in using the health care bill to collect data...





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