[tor-talk] Is it possible to access healthcare.gov through Tor?

Rejo Zenger rejo at zenger.nl
Tue Nov 12 18:58:49 UTC 2013

++ 12/11/13 15:17 +0000 - Runa A. Sandvik:
>> I'm not sure I get the gist or concern. Https everywhere would block all 3rd parties except the NSA from seeing your information but you are giving that information to the govt system as a requirement for signing up so what is the point of going the extra step to hide what you have to provide anyway? The site must know who you are, where you live, your income, number of family members, health state, etc, things that google and other companies already know from all your shopping, web searches, etc.
>You can get a lot of healthcare-related information on the website
>without signing up.

That's one thing. The other thing is that you may not want to disclose 
your location at the time of visiting. 

Rejo Zenger . <rejo at zenger.nl> . 0x21DBEFD4 . <https://rejo.zenger.nl>
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