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Kentucky Obamacare States: NO RIGHT TO PRIVACY!

 
Mad Scientist (aka AmJedi)
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The Kentucky Obamacare marketplace has no “expectation of privacy,” warning its prospective customers that their information can be monitored and shared with government bureaucrats.

This is growing intolerable.
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10/05/2013 10:21 AM
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hiding
(GLP aka American Jedi)

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10/05/2013 10:26 AM
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This is disgusting. I think we all know that the gov't is worse than corporations when it comes to privacy but for them to outright say 'no right to privacy' is an in your face move. They are backing people into corners.
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10/05/2013 10:37 AM
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Yes it does i live there.I started checking it out since im uninsured,checked out the prices an such on first day,was giving the estimate of 165.00 for cheapest plan,checked back today,same plan same info, price is 265.00 4 days later!il check again next week,guessing 365.00,not that it matters.

Myself an 20 or so friends an co workers are not signing up,no matter the threat!!we see how far they are willing to go!we are willing to go to jail for this.we are all older 40-50s,we had enough!
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Yes it does i live there.I started checking it out since im uninsured,checked out the prices an such on first day,was giving the estimate of 165.00 for cheapest plan,checked back today,same plan same info, price is 265.00 4 days later!il check again next week,guessing 365.00,not that it matters.

Myself an 20 or so friends an co workers are not signing up,no matter the threat!!we see how far they are willing to go!we are willing to go to jail for this.we are all older 40-50s,we had enough!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46396125


The fine is small in the first year. The fine maxes out 2.5% of income, why risk jail over that?
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Yes it does i live there.I started checking it out since im uninsured,checked out the prices an such on first day,was giving the estimate of 165.00 for cheapest plan,checked back today,same plan same info, price is 265.00 4 days later!il check again next week,guessing 365.00,not that it matters.

Myself an 20 or so friends an co workers are not signing up,no matter the threat!!we see how far they are willing to go!we are willing to go to jail for this.we are all older 40-50s,we had enough!
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clappa
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10/05/2013 10:58 AM
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Nothing to see here. It's probably just so that the stuffed shirts can track the STDs of their hookers.
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10/05/2013 11:12 AM
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I find this very frightening. I had a facebook for about six months once upon a time, I gave it up VERY quickly!
(GLP aka American Jedi)

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Kenny Powers

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Yes it does i live there.I started checking it out since im uninsured,checked out the prices an such on first day,was giving the estimate of 165.00 for cheapest plan,checked back today,same plan same info, price is 265.00 4 days later!il check again next week,guessing 365.00,not that it matters.

Myself an 20 or so friends an co workers are not signing up,no matter the threat!!we see how far they are willing to go!we are willing to go to jail for this.we are all older 40-50s,we had enough!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46396125


The fine is small in the first year. The fine maxes out 2.5% of income, why risk jail over that?
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They say 2.5 percent,said it was free to start with also!The irs is running it,its a tax a penalty,if you owe the irs they will take your home,and lein anything else you have!Dont be shocked in cpl years when they start taking our things over money owed in fines an such to the irs over this TAX!!as i said were older,were gave all we were going to give,there comes a time in everything,marriage,work,life etc.where you say ok that its im done.and for us this is it!
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10/05/2013 11:15 AM
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This is the like the mother of all disclosures:

Users (authorized or unauthorized) have no explicit or implicit expectation of privacy,” the disclaimer reads. “Any or all uses of this system and all files on the system may be intercepted, monitored, recorded, copied, audited, inspected, and disclosed to authorized state government and law enforcement personnel, as well as authorized officials of other agencies, both domestic and foreign.”
********Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please*******
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10/05/2013 11:22 AM
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I am also hearing,not sure about, it from a friend whos wife has company insurance that they pay a large part of,that they will be required to add the amount of money the company pays as income on there taxs now!?ex...they pay 500 month/6000 a year of her ins.she will have to add 6000 to her income an pay tax on that 6000 at end of year...anyone hear this?shes a lil dingy she might have misunderstood.lol....but shes hot!
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nice!
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Yes it does i live there.I started checking it out since im uninsured,checked out the prices an such on first day,was giving the estimate of 165.00 for cheapest plan,checked back today,same plan same info, price is 265.00 4 days later!il check again next week,guessing 365.00,not that it matters.

Myself an 20 or so friends an co workers are not signing up,no matter the threat!!we see how far they are willing to go!we are willing to go to jail for this.we are all older 40-50s,we had enough!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46396125


The fine is small in the first year. The fine maxes out 2.5% of income, why risk jail over that?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46619219


The "fine" is simply financial blackmail. Why pay blackmail?

And the inforcing agency of the IRS probably has it's hands full with ObamsCare already. The whole fiasco is a "who's on first? No, Whos on second. What's on first." fubaredness. In another words, they can't separate shit from shinola, And with the thing this running, it's headed for an epic failure to launch crash.
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The Kentucky Obamacare marketplace has no “expectation of privacy,” warning its prospective customers that their information can be monitored and shared with government bureaucrats.

This is growing intolerable.
 Quoting: Mad Scientist (aka AmJedi)


Great Catch! and tks for posting and advising:-)

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10/05/2013 12:24 PM
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And how exactly does this fit in with stringent HIPAA procedures?
I don't know where you get your delusions, laser brain.
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Debtors prison. It's alive and well.

[link to www.dailyfinance.com]

...

According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, debt collectors in Missouri, Illinois, Alabama and other states are using a legal loophole to justify jailing poor citizens who legitimately cannot pay their debts.

...
Illinois notwithstanding, the modern-day debtors' prison probably isn't going away anytime soon given the current economic climate: More than a third of U.S. states allow borrowers who can't or won't pay their debts to be jailed.

...
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The Kentucky Obamacare marketplace has no “expectation of privacy,” warning its prospective customers that their information can be monitored and shared with government bureaucrats.

This is growing intolerable.
 Quoting: Mad Scientist (aka AmJedi)


What if NO ONE SIGNS UP..................come people
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10/05/2013 12:35 PM
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The deductibles are insane. This means you pay upfront around 14,000 a year before you are covered. Basically, you pay out of pocket for any care you need. The monthly payment is only to line the pockets of Govt. Why would anyone be stupid enough to sign up for this shit.
I'm sorry... 51% voted that idiot into office.
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The deductibles are insane. This means you pay upfront around 14,000 a year before you are covered. Basically, you pay out of pocket for any care you need. The monthly payment is only to line the pockets of Govt. Why would anyone be stupid enough to sign up for this shit.
I'm sorry... 51% voted that idiot into office.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46007010


Only 51% (or so) of the people who actually voted in that particular election voted for Obama.

The true number of the potential voters that actually voted for Obama was about 33% according to the numbers I saw.
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And how exactly does this fit in with stringent HIPAA procedures?
 Quoting: *Rhombus*


I have yet to hear a good explanation on how those two mesh together. And having been involved in the medical field for years, HIPAA is not something to be messed with if you want to keep your job.

It looks to me like a gaping hole just waiting for state AG's to rumble in the courtroom. And for something that's so supposed to be so well written with thousands of pages worth of legislation it sure seems they left a lot out.
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The Kentucky Obamacare marketplace has no “expectation of privacy,” warning its prospective customers that their information can be monitored and shared with government bureaucrats.

This is growing intolerable.
 Quoting: Mad Scientist (aka AmJedi)


Well the NSA knows everything about us anyways, whats the big deal?
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The Kentucky Obamacare marketplace has no “expectation of privacy,” warning its prospective customers that their information can be monitored and shared with government bureaucrats.

This is growing intolerable.
 Quoting: Mad Scientist (aka AmJedi)


Well the NSA knows everything about us anyways, whats the big deal?
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Ludicrous, how can you shill for this shit?
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The Kentucky Obamacare marketplace has no “expectation of privacy,” warning its prospective customers that their information can be monitored and shared with government bureaucrats.

This is growing intolerable.
 Quoting: Mad Scientist (aka AmJedi)


Well the NSA knows everything about us anyways, whats the big deal?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1354384


Ludicrous, how can you shill for this shit?
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The Kentucky Obamacare marketplace has no “expectation of privacy,” warning its prospective customers that their information can be monitored and shared with government bureaucrats.

This is growing intolerable.
 Quoting: Mad Scientist (aka AmJedi)


Well the NSA knows everything about us anyways, whats the big deal?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1354384


Ludicrous, how can you shill for this shit?
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macgunmacgunobama9
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The Kentucky Obamacare marketplace has no “expectation of privacy,” warning its prospective customers that their information can be monitored and shared with government bureaucrats.

This is growing intolerable.
 Quoting: Mad Scientist (aka AmJedi)


Haven't they already been doing this as of the last several years? I'm not saying it's okay, I just remember all of that changing to no privacy a few years ago.

The best solution is to stay away from doctors as much as possible. This all just seems like a precursor to herding all of the people like cattle, telling them and requiring what types of procedures for them to get, and eventually requiring a computer chip for everyone.

FUCK THAT! bushfing
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Unreal! This shit just keeps getting better and better!cheers
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But Nancy said we have to pass this bill to find out how wonderful it is, its really turning out great!!
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The deductibles are insane. This means you pay upfront around 14,000 a year before you are covered. Basically, you pay out of pocket for any care you need. The monthly payment is only to line the pockets of Govt. Why would anyone be stupid enough to sign up for this shit.
I'm sorry... 51% voted that idiot into office.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46007010


On top of that, only the shitty clinics even take it. Socialized medicine never works.
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The Kentucky Obamacare marketplace has no “expectation of privacy,” warning its prospective customers that their information can be monitored and shared with government bureaucrats.

This is growing intolerable.
 Quoting: Mad Scientist (aka AmJedi)


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And how exactly does this fit in with stringent HIPAA procedures?
 Quoting: *Rhombus*


I have yet to hear a good explanation on how those two mesh together. And having been involved in the medical field for years, HIPAA is not something to be messed with if you want to keep your job.

It looks to me like a gaping hole just waiting for state AG's to rumble in the courtroom. And for something that's so supposed to be so well written with thousands of pages worth of legislation it sure seems they left a lot out.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47226882


Agreed. Mr. Rhombus wrote an HMR program about 12 years ago. He decided to move on to the manufacturing industry because HIPAA was such a pain in the ass. They're harping on the healthcare industry to comply with a strict set of rules regarding privacy while they're covering their own butts with "no expectation of privacy" disclaimers. You can't have it both ways.
I don't know where you get your delusions, laser brain.





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