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Explainer: Aadhaar is vulnerable to identity theft because of its design and the way it is used
A centralised database, dual use as identifier and authenticator, and lack of sound legal framework are its main weaknesses.
· Apr 02, 2017 · 05:30 pm
India is enrolling infants and children in Aadhaar – but what about their consent?
Within minutes of birth, children are being signed up for the contentious identification programme.
· Sep 19, 2016 · 10:30 am