Are health care companies using private data to raise insurance rates?
Privacy experts are now warning that personal data collected on all of us — including driver’s license information, credit history and website searches — is being used to determine health care premiums and whether we are insurance risks. NBC’s Tom Costello investigates for TODAY.
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