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经过灾难性的转出,并多次新闻发布会, healthcare.gov启动并运行。但众议员康迪斯·米勒( R- MI)说,她仍然担心该网站的安全性。

“如果你作为一个个人有个人给我作为政府的一些个人信息,我最好确保它是安全的, ”她说。


“即使他们被警告多次,有巨大的惊愕与有关网站的安全技术专家,我不认为他们把这个情况到充分的考虑, ”她说。


“有在国会山的巨大差异在这里对Obamacare的,是否应予以废除或什么的,但在此期间,至少,我们必须确保人民的安全是安全的, ”她说。

俄亥俄州众议员玛丽Kaptur ( D)说,她并没有听到任何有关从成分安全问题的投诉。她说,她知道如何有害的违反可以,但不指望之一,这个网站。
“当它是一个政府网站,我会说,是安全的更大意义,因为它是一个联邦媒介, ” Kaptur说。


“我们只需要学会如何成长为这个网络时代和这个电脑时代,并提供所必需的消费者的保护, ”她说。

After a disastrous roll-out, and multiple news conferences, healthcare.gov is up and running. But Rep. Candice Miller (R-MI) said she remains wary of the site's security.

"If you as a personal individual have to give me as the government some of your personal information, I better make sure it's secure," she said.

Miller, who is the vice chair of the House Homeland Security Committee, said the Obama Administration rolled out the health care website without assessing all of the risks.

"Even though they were warned many times that there was huge consternation with security technology experts about the website, I don't think they took that into adequate consideration," she said.

The security concern is why the House passed two pieces of legislation this week to combat the problems. The first bill makes sure the public is notified if there is a security breach.

The second makes sure Congress is aware of how many people have signed up for coverage. Miller said it is the best way to keep everyone's personal information safe.

"There's a huge difference on Capitol Hill here about Obamacare, whether it should be repealed or whatever. But in the interim, at a minimum, we have to make sure people's security is secure," she said.

Ohio Congresswoman Mary Kaptur (D) said she has not heard any complaints about security problems from constituents. She said she knows how harmful a breach can be, but does not expect one with this site.

"When it's a government web site, I would say there is a greater sense of security, because it is a federal instrumentality," Kaptur said.

But Kaptur agrees keeping the American people safe is the top priority.

"We just have to learn how to grow into this Internet age and this computer age, and provide the protections that are necessary for consumers," she said.