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Apr 25, 2018
Aadhaar hearing: Senior counsel Rakesh Dwivedi argues that the UIDAI is constantly improving and upgrading its systemsReturning to the issue of metadata, he argued that Aadhaar only involved the collection of limited technical data. He argued that this was needed to exercise control over the REs.
Apr 20, 2018
Aadhaar hearing: Senior counsel Rakesh Dwivedi argues that balancing between rights is a symbol of justiceFurther, he discussed the reasonable expectation of privacy with respect to the data collected under the Aadhaar Act.
Feb 01, 2018
'Not answerable to anybody; would rather be a nationalist judge than Aadhaar judge,' says Justice DY Chandrachud"We are neither defending the government nor are we going to follow the NGO line," a visibly irked Supreme Court judge, who is part of a Constitution bench hearing cases challenging the validity of Aadhaar
Jan 18, 2018
Aadhaar-privacy debate: How the 12-digit number went from personal identifier to all pervasive transaction toolThe debate around Aadhaar and its need depend solely on who you ask. Therefore, it might do well to trace the roots of the scheme and its crucial moments.
Aug 24, 2017
Supreme Court verdict on Right to Privacy: Kudos to top court but idea of Aadhaar cannot dieAadhaar is a revolutionary tool India has devised and is key to the Director Benefit Transfer programme. It should not end now
Aug 24, 2017
Supreme Court verdict on Right to Privacy: Memo to Aadhaar critics; it's not an unequivocal winThe positive aspect of Aadhaar should not be dismissed lightly and it should not be struck down on grounds of violation of privacy