We are all aware of the problems with the new roll out of the healthcare.gov website. The large amount of JS files being sent back and forth, the slow down and the inability to sign up at most hours of the day. But thats not what worries me.
What worries me is if this thing was so POORLY designed on the UI side, what do you think it look like on the back end side? Do you actually think they offer encryption, data protection and have taken the time to implement industry standards to protect our most important information?
Seeing that the front end is soo poorly designed, I don't really have any faith in the back end. This is what the news should be wondering, questioning and even guessing.
What say you? Do you believe they did good on the back end?
Please don't bring Politics into this. Its a purely technical talk.