Governor calls for audits following massive data breach at health department

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  • My2Cents Taylorsville, UT
    April 12, 2012 4:53 a.m.

    Technically and according to GRAMMA laws the state cannot have secret information from the public and this breech is just a part of the inherent hazards and the level of insecure technology in use today.

    Most important breech that should concern the Governor is why does a public health department have so much privileged and private information on the lives and health care of citizens of the United States? This department knows more about the citizens of the US than the welfare department, tax department, and schools know about who is looting this taxes from us.

    It's time that the Board of Health and Utah government and police be denied access to this information. Then use it as public information to leverage personal financial information to destroy the financial lives of those getting a return on their personal benefits and entitlements.

    Its the kind of illegal information and knowledge that the FBI should be adjudicating and penalizing the state for having. Just because the state has our Medicare and Medicaid funds does not entitle them to our personal information privileged to doctors and patients.