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  • Supreme Court Aadhaar Verdict "Balanced", Say IT Industry Leaders

    Supreme Court Aadhaar Verdict "Balanced", Say IT Industry Leaders

    The Supreme Court verdict in the Aadhaar case is balanced as it has upheld the constitutional validity of the scheme while also addressing data privacy issues, leading figures in the information technology (IT) industry said.

  • Foreign Media On Landmark Verdict On Aadhaar, World's Largest ID Scheme

    Foreign Media On Landmark Verdict On Aadhaar, World's Largest ID Scheme

    India's Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the validity of a giant and controversial government program to collect and store the biometric data of its billion-plus citizens, but placed new limits on how the data can be used and stored.

  • Chronology Of Aadhaar Case, Leading Up To Today's Supreme Court Verdict

    Chronology Of Aadhaar Case, Leading Up To Today's Supreme Court Verdict

    The Aadhaar scheme empowers people on the margins of society and that far outweighs its flaws, the Supreme Court said today, upholding the constitutional validity of the digital-identity programme, but with conditions.

  • On Aadhaar, Justice Ashok Bhushan Concurs With Majority Verdict

    On Aadhaar, Justice Ashok Bhushan Concurs With Majority Verdict

    Justice Ashok Bhushan, in his separate verdict in the Aadhaar case, concurred with the majority three-judge judgement and said that the government and the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) were empowered to cure defects in the Aadhaar scheme.

  • Congress Supported It Too: Aadhaar Body Criticised Kapil Sibal

    Congress Supported It Too: Aadhaar Body Criticised Kapil Sibal

    The Aadhaar scheme has the support of two successive governments and senior advocate Kapil Sibal, who had opposed it for a party in the Supreme Court, was part of the empowered Group of Ministers which had dealt with the 12 digit unique national identifier issue, the UIDAI counsel said today.

  • Aadhaar Data Leak Can Influence Poll Outcome, Says Supreme Court

    Aadhaar Data Leak Can Influence Poll Outcome, Says Supreme Court

    A leak of Aadhaar data can influence the outcome of an election, the Supreme Court said today, expressing its concerns about the issue amid the huge controversy over the illegal use of Facebook data in the US elections.

  • Aadhaar Data "Gold Mine" For Misuse: Supreme Court Cites Facebook Breach

    Aadhaar Data "Gold Mine" For Misuse: Supreme Court Cites Facebook Breach

    There is a chance that Aadhaar data of 1.3 billion Indians can be misused, the Supreme Court said today, citing the case of misuse of Facebook data by disgraced British firm Cambridge Analytica. The petition the court was hearing, challenges the validity of the 12-digit unique identity number and questions data safety -- a matter hotly contested by...

  • In Top Court, A PowerPoint Presentation By Aadhaar Boss To Clear Doubts

    In Top Court, A PowerPoint Presentation By Aadhaar Boss To Clear Doubts

    In a rare move, the Supreme Court bench hearing the legal challenge to the Aadhaar law has agreed to allow a PowerPoint presentation to be made on the controversial identification system. The five-judge bench accepted the request from the government's top law officer KK Venugopal after he argued that the chief of UIDAI, the body that issues the 12-...

  • Free Choice Or State Decision: Kapil Sibal Sharpens Argument On Aadhaar In Supreme Court

    Free Choice Or State Decision: Kapil Sibal Sharpens Argument On Aadhaar In Supreme Court

    The legal challenge to the Aadhaar identification programme is the most important case ever heard by the Supreme Court, more important than the 1976 verdict in which the top court upheld suspension of fundamental rights during Emergency, senior lawyer Kapil Sibal told five judges of the Supreme Court today.

  • 'Don't Care If I Am Known As Aadhaar Judge,' Says Justice Chandrachud

    'Don't Care If I Am Known As Aadhaar Judge,' Says Justice Chandrachud

    The hearing in the crucial Aadhaar case had its moment of drama today as raised voice from an advocate drew a stinging rebuke from a judge. A five-judge constitution bench is hearing the contentious petition challenges the validity of Aadhaar, the 12-digit Unique Identification number that has been made mandatory by the government for welfare schem...

  • Can't Government Have Legit Concerns: Top Court On Anti-Aadhaar Argument

    Can't Government Have Legit Concerns: Top Court On Anti-Aadhaar Argument

    Can the government not have "legitimate concern" that the benefits of its social welfare schemes are reaching the right persons or verify whether the beneficiaries are even alive or not, the Supreme Court asked today.

  • "Big Brother Is Constantly Watching Us," Supreme Court Told In Aadhaar Case

    "Big Brother Is Constantly Watching Us," Supreme Court Told In Aadhaar Case

    "Big brother is constantly watching us... Why should the big brother have data? He may use it," senior lawyer Kapil Sibal told a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court on Wednesday hearing petitions that contend the Aadhaar identification programme violates an individual's fundamental right to privacy.

  • 4 Judges Want Peace "Plan" From Chief Justice, Say Sources: 10 Facts

    4 Judges Want Peace "Plan" From Chief Justice, Say Sources: 10 Facts

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra will meet the four senior judges who took him on publicly, tomorrow as part of the efforts at ending a rift that could impact important cases. The meeting, which was initially slated for this morning, did not take place as Justice Jasti Chelameswar is unwell and could not attend court. Sources close to the rebel j...

  • Aadhaar Case In Last Lap, Supreme Court To Start Hearing Today: 10 Points

    Aadhaar Case In Last Lap, Supreme Court To Start Hearing Today: 10 Points

    A legal challenge to the Aadhaar identification project is moving into its last lap. Five judges of the Supreme Court will today start holding final hearing into a batch of petitions, the earliest one filed back in 2012, that contend the scheme violates an individual's fundamental right to privacy and challenge a 2016 law enacted by parliament that...

  • Arrest UIDAI, Says Edward Snowden After Aadhaar Case Against Journalist

    Arrest UIDAI, Says Edward Snowden After Aadhaar Case Against Journalist

    American whistleblower Edward Snowden has tweeted his sharp disapproval of a police case against journalist who exposed gaps in the security of biometric details of millions of citizens recorded in the Aadhaar database.

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'Aadhaar Case' - 21 News Result(s)

  • Supreme Court Aadhaar Verdict "Balanced", Say IT Industry Leaders

    Supreme Court Aadhaar Verdict "Balanced", Say IT Industry Leaders

    The Supreme Court verdict in the Aadhaar case is balanced as it has upheld the constitutional validity of the scheme while also addressing data privacy issues, leading figures in the information technology (IT) industry said.

  • Foreign Media On Landmark Verdict On Aadhaar, World's Largest ID Scheme

    Foreign Media On Landmark Verdict On Aadhaar, World's Largest ID Scheme

    India's Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the validity of a giant and controversial government program to collect and store the biometric data of its billion-plus citizens, but placed new limits on how the data can be used and stored.

  • Chronology Of Aadhaar Case, Leading Up To Today's Supreme Court Verdict

    Chronology Of Aadhaar Case, Leading Up To Today's Supreme Court Verdict

    The Aadhaar scheme empowers people on the margins of society and that far outweighs its flaws, the Supreme Court said today, upholding the constitutional validity of the digital-identity programme, but with conditions.

  • On Aadhaar, Justice Ashok Bhushan Concurs With Majority Verdict

    On Aadhaar, Justice Ashok Bhushan Concurs With Majority Verdict

    Justice Ashok Bhushan, in his separate verdict in the Aadhaar case, concurred with the majority three-judge judgement and said that the government and the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) were empowered to cure defects in the Aadhaar scheme.

  • Congress Supported It Too: Aadhaar Body Criticised Kapil Sibal

    Congress Supported It Too: Aadhaar Body Criticised Kapil Sibal

    The Aadhaar scheme has the support of two successive governments and senior advocate Kapil Sibal, who had opposed it for a party in the Supreme Court, was part of the empowered Group of Ministers which had dealt with the 12 digit unique national identifier issue, the UIDAI counsel said today.

  • Aadhaar Data Leak Can Influence Poll Outcome, Says Supreme Court

    Aadhaar Data Leak Can Influence Poll Outcome, Says Supreme Court

    A leak of Aadhaar data can influence the outcome of an election, the Supreme Court said today, expressing its concerns about the issue amid the huge controversy over the illegal use of Facebook data in the US elections.

  • Aadhaar Data "Gold Mine" For Misuse: Supreme Court Cites Facebook Breach

    Aadhaar Data "Gold Mine" For Misuse: Supreme Court Cites Facebook Breach

    There is a chance that Aadhaar data of 1.3 billion Indians can be misused, the Supreme Court said today, citing the case of misuse of Facebook data by disgraced British firm Cambridge Analytica. The petition the court was hearing, challenges the validity of the 12-digit unique identity number and questions data safety -- a matter hotly contested by...

  • In Top Court, A PowerPoint Presentation By Aadhaar Boss To Clear Doubts

    In Top Court, A PowerPoint Presentation By Aadhaar Boss To Clear Doubts

    In a rare move, the Supreme Court bench hearing the legal challenge to the Aadhaar law has agreed to allow a PowerPoint presentation to be made on the controversial identification system. The five-judge bench accepted the request from the government's top law officer KK Venugopal after he argued that the chief of UIDAI, the body that issues the 12-...

  • Free Choice Or State Decision: Kapil Sibal Sharpens Argument On Aadhaar In Supreme Court

    Free Choice Or State Decision: Kapil Sibal Sharpens Argument On Aadhaar In Supreme Court

    The legal challenge to the Aadhaar identification programme is the most important case ever heard by the Supreme Court, more important than the 1976 verdict in which the top court upheld suspension of fundamental rights during Emergency, senior lawyer Kapil Sibal told five judges of the Supreme Court today.

  • 'Don't Care If I Am Known As Aadhaar Judge,' Says Justice Chandrachud

    'Don't Care If I Am Known As Aadhaar Judge,' Says Justice Chandrachud

    The hearing in the crucial Aadhaar case had its moment of drama today as raised voice from an advocate drew a stinging rebuke from a judge. A five-judge constitution bench is hearing the contentious petition challenges the validity of Aadhaar, the 12-digit Unique Identification number that has been made mandatory by the government for welfare schem...

  • Can't Government Have Legit Concerns: Top Court On Anti-Aadhaar Argument

    Can't Government Have Legit Concerns: Top Court On Anti-Aadhaar Argument

    Can the government not have "legitimate concern" that the benefits of its social welfare schemes are reaching the right persons or verify whether the beneficiaries are even alive or not, the Supreme Court asked today.

  • "Big Brother Is Constantly Watching Us," Supreme Court Told In Aadhaar Case

    "Big Brother Is Constantly Watching Us," Supreme Court Told In Aadhaar Case

    "Big brother is constantly watching us... Why should the big brother have data? He may use it," senior lawyer Kapil Sibal told a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court on Wednesday hearing petitions that contend the Aadhaar identification programme violates an individual's fundamental right to privacy.

  • 4 Judges Want Peace "Plan" From Chief Justice, Say Sources: 10 Facts

    4 Judges Want Peace "Plan" From Chief Justice, Say Sources: 10 Facts

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra will meet the four senior judges who took him on publicly, tomorrow as part of the efforts at ending a rift that could impact important cases. The meeting, which was initially slated for this morning, did not take place as Justice Jasti Chelameswar is unwell and could not attend court. Sources close to the rebel j...

  • Aadhaar Case In Last Lap, Supreme Court To Start Hearing Today: 10 Points

    Aadhaar Case In Last Lap, Supreme Court To Start Hearing Today: 10 Points

    A legal challenge to the Aadhaar identification project is moving into its last lap. Five judges of the Supreme Court will today start holding final hearing into a batch of petitions, the earliest one filed back in 2012, that contend the scheme violates an individual's fundamental right to privacy and challenge a 2016 law enacted by parliament that...

  • Arrest UIDAI, Says Edward Snowden After Aadhaar Case Against Journalist

    Arrest UIDAI, Says Edward Snowden After Aadhaar Case Against Journalist

    American whistleblower Edward Snowden has tweeted his sharp disapproval of a police case against journalist who exposed gaps in the security of biometric details of millions of citizens recorded in the Aadhaar database.

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