Obama administration made security changes to Healthcare.gov

The Obama administration made changes to Healthcare.gov Friday after it was reported that the site might violate consumers' privacy rights by giving their personal data, including age, income, ZIP code and various health conditions, to third-party sites. An Associated Press analysis found that the administration had indeed made changes to the site to reduce the amount of personal information going to other sites. Cooper Quintin, a staff technologist with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a civil liberties group, confirmed the changes but added that the administration "needs to do more" to protect consumer data. Article