There are a lot of glitches and a lot of more serious software faults in the ObamaCare website Healthcare.gov.
The latest problem comes to light when a company plans to bring legal action against HHS for using copyrighted web script without giving proper credit.
From a report at the link below:
Healthcare.gov, the federal government's Obamacare website, has been under heavy criticism from friend and foe alike during its first two weeks of open enrollment.
Repeated errors and delays have prevented many users from even establishing an account, and outside web designers have roundly panned the structure and coding of the site as amateurish and sloppy.
The latest indication of the haphazard way in which Healthcare.gov was developed is the uncredited use of a copyrighted web script for a data function used by the site, a violation of the licensing agreement for the software.
Full report here.