A Weekly Standard report says:
Maryland's Health Connection, the state's Obamacare marketplace, has been plagued by delays in the first days of open enrollment.
Users are asked to check off a box that they agree to the terms including a phrase saying that information provided in your application may be shared with the appropriate authorities for law enforcement and audit activities.
The Maryland ObamaCare exchange website does not specify if "appropriate authorities" refers only to state authorities or if it could include the federal government, as well.
Neither is there any detail on what type of law enforcement and/or audit activities would justify the release of the personal information, or who exactly is authorized to make such a determination.
Is this unique to the state of Maryland or do ObamaCare exchanges in other states do the same thing?