In case you have not been keeping a track of the incidents leading to today's landmark judgement, here is all you need to know about Aadhaar and the verdict
The UIDAI has clarified regarding media report about the alleged data breach from a website aadhaar.epfoservices.com.
Independent security researcher Kodali Srinivas tweeted screenshots of Aadhaar data of 89,38,138 MNREGA workers available on the Andhra Pradesh Benefit Disbursement Portal.
A security researcher Kodali Srinivas has exposed how a State government website was leaking the Aadhaar data, bank accounts complete with IFSC code, caste and religion data.
Justice D Y Chandrachud wondered whether democracy can survive if Aadhaar data is used to influence the electoral outcome.
The UIDAI today said it does not have information about bank accounts, health records, or financial and property details of Aadhaar holders, and "will never have" such details in its database.
The UIDAI CEO Ajay Bhushan Pandey told the Supreme Court that apprehensions with regard to leakage of Aadhaar data and security breach have no basis.
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Earlier on Saturday, Unique Identification Authority of India had refuted a report about an alleged Aadhaar database breach and advised people not to be misled by such reports.
In a first-ever power point presentation in the open court, the constitution bench was told that the data in encrypted form was "very very secure".
The details of woman beneficiaries in the Bangaru Talli scheme, which was launched in 2013 in the united AP, has been hacked and the details of women enrolled are available in various sites.
The Rajasthan Police is exploring the possibility of using Aadhaar data for verifying the identity of criminals, suspects, complainants and missing persons in the state.
The bench said the Centre came out with the law in 2016 to negate the objection that it was collecting data since 2009 without any authorisation.
Terming Aadhaar a game changer, Prasad said in Lok Sabha that as of now 120 crore people have the Aadhaar cards and 57 crore bank accounts were linked with it.
The Union minister claimed that a media report saying that Aadhaar data was available to anyone for a sum of Rs 500 was a case of "misreporting and completely false".
The much-awaited bill on data protection -- being drafted by a committee of experts headed by Justice BN Srikrishna (retd) -- is likely to be ready by March.