MNsure data breach will get state reviews

  • Article by: Jackie Crosby and Rachel E. Stassen-Berger , Star Tribune staff writers
  • Updated: September 13, 2013 - 9:15 PM

Legislators and the legislative auditor will look at how an e-mail disclosed sensitive information.

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jdlellis1Sep. 14, 13 8:00 AM

Had this been a private organization, the masses would be marching in the streets. However in a society which wants government to do everything and government can do no wrong...no big deal. Bog figure.

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drfranktSep. 14, 13 9:34 AM

Just one of the many potential problems related to any government entity being allowed access to any of an individuals private information. Thanks, obama.

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rosemaryfrmnSep. 14, 1310:19 AM

There is always going to be problems with something so new, as this is. Anyone who knows computers, knows this. I work for a huge company based in MN, where the main parts tracking computer program for all it's plants tanked last Thursday.....we shut down early Friday and are not working Monday, while things get sorted. The company is losing money, the workers are shorted on pay checks, etc, etc. As to the minority community being upset that they are not getting their piece of the pie right away, I would hope they could be a bit more calm and take a deep breath and wait a bit while everything gets lined up and working right. We are, after all, ALL in this together. I live out in the Back of Beyond, where some people do not even have a home computer-----no one is whining that I have heard, yet.

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drichmnSep. 14, 1311:15 AM

"Had this been a private organization, the masses would be marching in the streets" .... I don't recall any mass protests about any of the previous revelations of accidental release of information that we've read about.

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drichmnSep. 14, 1311:19 AM

"Just one of the many potential problems related to any government entity being allowed access to any of an individuals private information" .... and yet you are fine with all manner of private entities having access to your private information. And please, don't repeat the silliness that you can always walk away from a private entity. What good does that do after you have already given them your information? Just to reiterate since many people don't seem to understand this, you are not forced to use the insurance exchange. So your choice to walk away still applies here.

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mondaveauSep. 15, 13 9:22 AM

The era of a confidential relationship between you and your healthcare provider is over. This is exactly what the big government people want. The government owns you, so just shut up and do what you're told.

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donsantiagoSep. 16, 1312:21 AM

Dayton, glitches? Come on man. I hope you don't refer to unprofessional and errant government goof-ups as 'glitches'. We're talking about personal information of U.S. citizens.

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GDRSep. 16, 13 4:05 PM

This guys quote makes me feel warm and fuzzy all over. Don't they know this marketplace (HIX) opens for business 10/1. No hurry to get the bottom of it....?? "We’re going to go down there next week and really investigate thoroughly what happened, how it happened, why it happened and what needs to change to keep this sort of thing from happening again.”

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