"How to fix it?"
Well, how about we remove the incentives? I'm not sure all the ways that would work or everything that was needed to be removed but we have to start somewhere.
For example, what if we the people started a private business where a minimum of 10M people (doesn't work as well with less) would put money in a pool voluntarily and then they get insurance the way that it really should work. I'll leave out the details unless requested but IF that was an option, and IF it worked well (e.g. saved people money, cut insurance problems, etc.) wouldn't others do the same (or just join the first)?
IF this all happened, wouldn't there be a whole bunch of people calling to eliminate the government mandated, corporate monopolized current system and replace it with the new one? I'm not sure that would recall ObamaCare but it would certainly make it harder for them to justify all the bad crap in there by keeping it alive.
In this same way, we could eliminate the incentives for other privacy invasions to generate profit. If there are no incentives for anyone to know some piece of info on us, it would stop. Then not only would we have the right to our privacy (as guaranteed) but it wouldn't even be in question.
Unfortunately, current discussions can't seem to get past the gossip stage of how bad ObamaCare is and into the what to do stage. ...hence this thread.
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