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Sep 29, 2018
Aadhaar verdict no reason to celebrate for govt; Supreme Court points out several flaws in project's implementationIt is, perhaps, useful to remind that the Aadhaar Act and the Aadhaar project were under the lens — not the petitioners. If the question is whether the project came out unscathed, the answer is an unequivocal no.
Mar 22, 2018
Aadhaar hearing: Political liberties cannot be foregone for economic and social justice, states the BenchThe primary argument was on how the benefits of Aadhaar through providing a right to life with dignity to the poor, outweighed the right to privacy.
Aug 24, 2017
Infosys: As Nandan Nilekani's come back rumour heightens, board members offer to resignTo be sure, three to four directors are likely to resign
Jun 02, 2017
India is ahead of other countries in adoption of biometric technologies: HSBC reportOn an average, people in India (9 percent) are three times more likely than any other country (3 percent) surveyed to have used 'iris recognition'.
Mar 05, 2017
UIDAI reaffirms that Aadhaar data is safe and secureThis clarification by the UIDAI, which administers the Aadhaar project, comes in the wake of recent reports of breach in the security of Aadhaar data, which were misused for creating parallel databases.
Mar 19, 2014
How Nilekani compromised us on Aadhaar: Now, even UIDAI worries about misuseThe Aadhaar project, which now has a 600 million database, has been executed without a law to protect privacy. Now even UIDAI has petitioned the SC against using it for criminal probes
Dec 31, 2013
The Aadhaar trap: Why you should be really, really worriedThe Aadhaar biometrics project is an intolerable violation of the citizen's right to privacy and also parts of her body - the biometrics.
Sep 18, 2013
Neta Nilekani is fine, but I still wouldn't buy his AadhaarNilekani has proved his ability to survive in politics by weathering all storms on the Aadhaar project, but the project is seriously flawed and compromises privacy.