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Daily Dashboard | HealthCare.gov Gets Privacy Overhaul, Honors DNT Related reading: Canada, US begin new phase of cross-border data sharing

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The Obama administration announced new changes to the HealthCare.gov website in time for a new round of health insurance sign ups, the Associated Press reports. HealthCare.gov CEO Kevin Counihan said the website will now feature a new “privacy manager” that allows users to opt out of embedded third-party tracking, analytics and social media sites and will also honor do-not-track requests. Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) Staff Technologist Cooper Quintin said EFF applauds HealthCare.gov’s support of DNT and its decision to “give their users strong privacy controls, adding EFF “would be thrilled to see more organizations, both public and privacy, follow their lead.” Meanwhile, CSM Passcode queries whether consumers should have the right to demand that websites not track them.
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