Congressman: Shut down Healthcare.gov to fix security issues
HealthCare.gov should be shut down because it's still putting consumers' personal information at risk, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Thursday. "What I would do is shut it down, get it functioning, and then bring in these independent security folks so that you're not putting at risk millions of millions of Americans' private and personal information," Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) said on CNBC's "Squawk Box." In his position as chairman, Rogers has been monitoring the security issues posed by ObamaCare's federal portal since it launched. In late October, he warned that the site's developers never had an "overarching solid cybersecurity plan."
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