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Category: Aadhaar

UIDAI has created Aadhaar – a 12 digit number to authenticate identity of residents of India. Aadhaar data and the manner in which it has been used, accessed or left unsecured has resulted in several catastrophic security flaws that are being denied.

The project has fundamental flaws in design that have been compounded by implementation beyond the functionality it was designed for. As a result, several large grey areas in identification of residents and even citizenship of India or eligibility for the PDS system have been created.

Ongoing denial of the flaws continues to put citizens and the country at unnecessary risk. This section of the site contains information about just how Aadhaar is making the country and its citizens vulnerable.

How does linking your Aadhaar to your bank account destroy the banking system?

benami money laundering aadhaar bank account

Linking Aadhaar to bank accounts is a recipe for creating benami[2] bank accounts and scaling benami bank transactions. It threatens to destroy your bank accounts and destroy the country’s banking system. It’s devastating that the integrity of banking processes is being destroyed by dividing, outsourcing and privatising processes integral to core banking so that they become the responsibility of no one.

Factcheck: UIDAI denies @Wikileaks #ExpressLane information, claim CIA did not access Aadhaar data is false

Excerpt from UIDAI contract with Biometric Service providers

On August 24th 2017, WikiLeaks published secret documents from the ExpressLane project of the CIA pertaining to the cyber operations the OTS (Office of Technical Services), a branch within the CIA conducts against liaison services. The OTS provides a biometric collection system to liaison services around the world with the expectation for sharing of the …

Fundamental conceptual concerns regarding the Aadhaar number as a unique identity based upon biometric digital data and the associated risks for citizens of India

aadhaar biometric surveillance

Under the Aadhaar system, all Indian citizens are being allotted a unique twelve-digit identity number by the State upon obtaining biometric data including fingerprint and iris scans and upon submission and verification of certain demographic data including the name, date of birth and residential address. The new identity is different from all previous identity documents …