Aadhaar hearing: People must have a choice in the unstoppable march towards technology, argue petitioners
Shyam Divan argued that the State’s expert report conceded that location data could be tracked via Aadhaar, thus establishing surveillance in a fundamental form.
UIDAI slams enrolment software breach reports, says stringent processes in place; Gates bats for Aadhaar
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has funded the World Bank (WB) to take India's Aadhaar approach to other countries.
Delinking of Aadhaar as sole means of identification for SIM cards is an interim measure: Centre tells SC
Attorney General was responding to a five-judge Constitution Bench after he was asked about reports of Aadhaar not being the sole identity proof for getting a SIM card.
Aadhaar Hearing: Attorney General argues that Aadhaar is fundamentally a money bill to which Section 57 is an ancillary provision
The Attorney General then continued his arguments on the money bill issue, arguing that Aadhaar was, at its core, a money bill and that Section 57 was just an ancillary provision.
EPFO discontinues services through Common Service Centre and claims that there was no Aadhaar data leak
The letter talks about data theft from the ICT Infrastructure of Aadhaar Seeding Services for EPFO.
Aadhaar hearing: Senior counsel Rakesh Dwivedi argues that the UIDAI is constantly improving and upgrading its systems
Returning 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.
Aadhaar hearing: Senior counsel Rakesh Dwivedi argues that balancing between rights is a symbol of justice
Further, he discussed the reasonable expectation of privacy with respect to the data collected under the Aadhaar Act.
The Senior counsel Rakesh Dwivedi who is representing the UIDAI said that a 'campaign has been unleashed' against the Aadhaar card by these smart card companies
Aadhaar story so far: Here are all the important arguments from the first 15 days of the Supreme Court hearings
These crucial judgements will drive the next foundation stone of the right to privacy in India through the judgment of the Supreme Court.
Aadhaar hearing: Petitioners question UIDAI on verification of residency requirement, de-duplication rejections and authentication failures
The Aadhaar Act, the Attorney General argued, is a just, fair, and a reasonable law. The motive of Aadhaar was in the larger public interest
Minors, whose Aadhaar card has already been generated, cannot opt out of the Aadhaar scheme after attaining majority, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) today told the Supreme Court.
UIDAI launches virtual identification number feature allowing users to generate a VID to safeguard their Aadhaar numbers
The 16-digit Virtual Identification (VID) number is supposed to keep the actual number hidden to protect the privacy of one's Aadhaar details.
Urvashi Rautela-Aadhaar card saga: Woman claims she used actress' details to book hotel room 'to relax'
The woman who is accused of using Urvashi Rautela's Aadhar card to book a hotel room has said that she just wanted to relax for a day
Person uses fake Aadhaar card in the name of actress Urvashi Rautela to book room at a five-star hotel
The police found that the room was booked online by an unidentified person using fake Aadhaar card – carrying the wrong unique identification number
Harish Khare resigns as editor-in-chief of The Tribune, newspaper which reported breach in Aadhaar data
The editor-in-chief of The Tribune, Harish Khare, resigned from his post on Thursday, according to media reports.
Aadhaar card linking deadline postponed; SC extends cut-off date until it delivers final verdict on constitutionality
The Supreme Court of India has extended the deadline for linking Aadhaar Card to banking services and telephone or mobile phone connections till the time a verdict is announced on the issue.
The Baal Aadhaar will be linked with his/her parent's UID. A biometric update is mandatory at age 5, at age 10 and again at age 15.
What made the process difficult for Trikha, was the fact that not only he has six fingers on his left hand, but the extra finger is joined to the thumb.
Law and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Tuesday asked state governments to ensure that no one is denied any benefit he or she is entitled to for want of Aadhaar
Woman delivers baby outside emergency ward after Gurugram civil hospital denies her entry for not carrying Aadhaar card
A woman delivered baby outside emergency ward of a civil hospital in Gurugram after staff denied her admission into labour ward for not carrying Aadhaar