Aadhaar

OPEN TO OPINION

SCI-TECH

 |  3-minute read
Aadhaar, Right to Privacy, Data democracy, Data Protection

How to ‘own your own data’ in the times of Aadhaar and privacy issues

What constitutes a practical model in the Indian context?

HUMOUR

 |  4-minute read

VARIETY

 |  2-minute read
Modi government, Supreme Court, Right to Privacy, Aadhaar

Right to privacy case: SC asks where does one draw the line?

The stand of the UIDAI is different from what the central government had told the court.

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Supreme Court, Constitution, Right to Privacy, Aadhaar

Did government just concede privacy is a fundamental right?

Centre's argument reeks of 'rulers' telling the 'ruled' that they know better.

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |  7-minute read
Aadhaar, Privacy, Human DNA profiling Bill 2015, DNA profiling

A DNA profiling law is dystopian nightmare without the fundamental right to privacy

As government readies to table the Human DNA Profiling Bill in Parliament, we need to ask what are the safeguards to ensure the database isn't misused.

POLITICS

 |   Long-form
Aadhar bill, Aadhaar, Right to Privacy

Should Indians even be scared about privacy?

If the Aadhaar card is really just a means to distribute fairly and efficiently services the government owes to this country’s people, its actions are contradictory.

POLITICS

 |  3-minute read
WhatsApp, Supreme Court, Aadhaar, Right to Privacy

Exposed - Modi government’s doublespeak on right to privacy in Supreme Court

While the Centre is arguing one thing in the WhatsApp data protection case in the apex court, it is contradicting itself in the right to privacy hearings.

POLITICS

 |  2-minute read
Supreme Court, Constitution, Right to Privacy, Aadhaar

Aadhaar hearing: Why petitioners urged SC not to define privacy

Attorney general KK Venugopal will present the submissions for the Centre on July 25.

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Constitution, Right to Privacy, Aadhaar, Gopal Subramanium

Is your right to privacy absolute? SC debates tough questions on Aadhaar

It will now settle whether the right to privacy stems from Article 14, Article 19 or Article 21.

POLITICS

 |  3-minute read
Right to Privacy, Government, Modi, Supreme Court

Privacy is an even bigger issue than Aadhaar: We must care

The key question being adjudicated is whether the right to privacy is a fundamental right under the Indian Constitution or not.