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Mar 28, 2017
Aadhaar Act needs a relook from the security and privacy aspect, to avoid mistakes made with the IT ActFor the first time, we are coming across Aadhaar which is providing an interconnected ecosystem. That, from a consumer standpoint, is going to present a huge amount of data privacy issues.
Mar 06, 2017
Mandatory Aadhaar for welfare is fine but govt should address privacy, connectivity issues firstThe Aadhaar project has its uses, certainly, but it is time for some stock-taking of its implementation, including concerns about its creep
Mar 06, 2017
Aadhaar database fully safe and secure, no incident of misuse, says UIDAIUIDAI has decided to have registered devices for capturing biometrics data and such biometrics will be encrypted at the point of capture itself.
Feb 06, 2017
UIDAI shuts down fraudulent websites and applications for Aadhaar servicesUnique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has taken strict action against fraudulent Aadhaar websites and applications.
Feb 04, 2017
UIDAI pulls down unauthorized Aadhaar websites and mobile apps: ReportThese unauthorized UIDAI websites were not following the procedures laid down in the Aadhaar Act of 2016.
Feb 03, 2017
Aadhaar case: UIDAI clamps down on 50 fraud websitesIn a massive crackdown on unauthorised agencies offering Aadhaar-related services illegally and charging excessive money from the public, UIDAI has shut down 12 such websites and 12 mobile apps available on the Google Playstore. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has further directed authorities for closure of another 26 such fraudulent and illegal websites and mobile applications.
Jul 16, 2016
Aadhaar law will ensure DBT reaches genuine beneficiaries, says JaitleyThe Aadhaar Act gives the Aadhaar numbers a statutory backing for transfer of subsidies and benefits to people eligible for them
Apr 12, 2016
UIDAI cautions people against Aadhaar 'smart card'The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) on Monday cautioned people not to fall prey to unscrupulous entities that are charging between Rs.50 to Rs.200 for printing Aadhaar on a plastic card in the name of 'smart card'.