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As part of the massive overhaul of America’s healthcare system, databases from seven U.S. agencies—from the Internal Revenue Service to the Peace Corps—will be tied together in one $267 million computer system called the Hub to determine which U.S. citizens can purchase medical coverage, Bloomberg reports. The size and breadth of the system is raising red flags from some who are concerned about privacy and security risks, as the system will include data such as identity, citizenship, income and family size. One lawmaker queried, “It’s information on 300 million Americans, all compiled in one place—what could go wrong?” Others note, however, that the system can only access data on potential enrollees and there’s not a central storage center for the data.
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