What a surprise. You'd rather snark about FoxNews reporting the Obamacare website's frightening hackability of Americans' most personal data than to blame the epically incompetent Barack Hussein Obama for the disaster.
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And there's three other ways to sign up. Don't use the website of you don't like it. Definitely don't use the AT&T or Target websites though.
Regardless of whether the consumer applies directly via the Obamacare website or staff enters the data via a telephone or face to face interview the data ends up in the same hacker-vulnerable place.
The security holes in the Obamacare duct-taped website are the access points to all Obamacare enrollees' most personal data however it's entered. Security experts are warning of multiple vulnerabilities.
Unfortunately, once the website has been breached and the consumer data stolen there is no pulling it back. It will be for sale on hacker underground Russian websites with days.
Just ask recently cyberhacked Target, Neiman Marcus, Citigroup, Sony, or Adobe.
The trouble of signing up for Obamacare is nothing compared to dealing with the theft of their identify, financial and health care information.