While some said the criticism of privacy protections in the Affordable Care Act’s implementation was political grandstanding, at least one noted cybersecurity guru is right there with them. In a scathing criticism of the technical implementation of the Affordable Care Act, John McAfee said it is a hacker’s “dream.” Because there is no central organization of the program, “anybody can put up a web page and claim to be a broker for this system … [and] it’s not something software can solve.” An unsuspecting person is likely to think a rogue website is real, deliver up Social Security number and various other intimate health details, only to discover the site is fake and built to steal identities. Retirees, McAfee predicts, will have their savings “wiped out in one day because [they] signed up for Obamacare.”
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