It's more than a little bit disturbing that Planned Parenthood will have the social security numbers of every citizen in America. Under a grant of $655,000 from Health and Human Services, PP will become Obamacare navigators. These navigators will have access to everyone's most personal and private information. To make matters worse, HHS has dropped backround checks for navigators.
Convicted identity thieves could would have access to your social seacurity number. Convicted rapists and armed robbers would have access to your addresses and would know if you are severely disabled, making you a prime target. Convicted con men would have enough personal information to gain your trust for a variety of scams.
And Planned Parenthood, themselves do not have a sterling record, with states suing them for fraudulent charges for procedures that were never done or for procedures that are miscategorized in order to collect for procedure reimbursement not allowed by state and federal governments. Even the GAO (General Accounting Office) is looking into their possible criminal activity.
At a time when the federal government can no longer be trusted to keep your private information private (IRS and NSA) citizens will also have to face the possibility that their private information will be available to Planned Parenthood and employees that are not even asked if they have been convicted of serious felonies.
Congresswoman Diane Black, R_TN, noted that Planned parenthood had just been found guilty in another suit for improperly billing the US taxpayers to the tune of 4.3 million dollars and went on to say, “The navigator grants would further enable Planned parenthood, the largest abortion provider in America, to continue its misuse of taxpayer dollars to their big abortion business.”
The fears are not without foundation. The The National Organization for Marriage, found out that their tax information was leaked to a gay rights organization and that it was published in the Huffington Post by an IRS employee.
And to make a bad situation worse, the company administering this operation, Serco, has been hacked before and 120,000 people had their information stolen.