Aadhaar Case Supreme Court


'Aadhaar Case Supreme Court' - 3 News Result(s)

  • 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.

  • 'Privacy Is A Basic Right, But...': Centre In Supreme Court

    'Privacy Is A Basic Right, But...': Centre In Supreme Court

    Privacy is a fundamental right, the centre conceded today in the Supreme Court, but emphasized that there is a qualifier. The government has so far argued that privacy is not a basic right in the constitution and therefore cannot be applied to the Aadhaar programme for which the fingerprints and iris scans of millions of Indians have been recorded.

  • Aadhaar Case: Apple Gets Your Personal Data, Why Not The State, Asks Supreme Court

    Aadhaar Case: Apple Gets Your Personal Data, Why Not The State, Asks Supreme Court

    While hearing a challenge to the government's massive biometric or "Aadhaar" database, the Supreme Court today said that companies like Apple already have access to the personal data of users. "When one can share personal data with private players like Apple, why not share with it with the government? What's the difference?" asked Justice DY Chandr...

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'Aadhaar Case Supreme Court' - 3 News Result(s)

  • 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.

  • 'Privacy Is A Basic Right, But...': Centre In Supreme Court

    'Privacy Is A Basic Right, But...': Centre In Supreme Court

    Privacy is a fundamental right, the centre conceded today in the Supreme Court, but emphasized that there is a qualifier. The government has so far argued that privacy is not a basic right in the constitution and therefore cannot be applied to the Aadhaar programme for which the fingerprints and iris scans of millions of Indians have been recorded.

  • Aadhaar Case: Apple Gets Your Personal Data, Why Not The State, Asks Supreme Court

    Aadhaar Case: Apple Gets Your Personal Data, Why Not The State, Asks Supreme Court

    While hearing a challenge to the government's massive biometric or "Aadhaar" database, the Supreme Court today said that companies like Apple already have access to the personal data of users. "When one can share personal data with private players like Apple, why not share with it with the government? What's the difference?" asked Justice DY Chandr...

'Aadhaar Case Supreme Court' - 1 Video Result(s)

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