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  • this is very disturbing. this is like living at mercy of few people at helm
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    fcckfk said:

    this is very disturbing. this is like living at mercy of few people at helm

    Privacy in the age of internet is just an illusion.
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  • fcckfk said:

    this is very disturbing. this is like living at mercy of few people at helm

    It is just like Fundamental right & Fundamental duties..... U get 1 if u want other one....
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  • it is not stopping here. govt is linking aadhaar with cellphone, bank accounts etc. this is like living under constant watch of government. this is nothing but authoritarianism
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  • gt2015 said:

    fcckfk said:

    this is very disturbing. this is like living at mercy of few people at helm

    Privacy in the age of internet is just an illusion.
    this is not only about intrusion in privacy. it is much much more than that. please understand its implications. bhai saas lena bhi muskil ho jaye, in such a condition we are soon going to land
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  • fcckfk said:

    this is very disturbing. this is like living at mercy of few people at helm

    It is just like Fundamental right & Fundamental duties..... U get 1 if u want other one....
    bhai fundamental rights have been given to us by our forefathers who wrote constitution. not by these rogues currently at helm. these rogues instead are hell bent on taking away those rights. no civilised country can accept such a draconian law on which even supreme Court has raised objections
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  • Aadhar was introduced by the congress government and BJP is following the vision of congress regarding aadhar.
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  • gt2015 said:

    Aadhar was introduced by the congress government and BJP is following the vision of congress regarding aadhar.

    aare bhai this is not about congress or bjp. every govt wants to have overarching control over its people. it depends on you and me how much liberty we are ready to give up. a civilised country cherishes its liberty. and congress atleast sent it to parliamentary committee which raised strong objections and that committee was headed by none other than bjp stalwart yashwant sinha. bjp govt didn't accept any of its recommendations and didn't even allow debates to take place. aur bhai rajya sabha se to right hi cheen liya discussion ka by labelling it as money bill. this aadhaar means govt can crush any dissent easily. democracy without dissent is dictatorship
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  • one speaks to whom and for how long, even that is just a click away.
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  • Wait wait wait, what is going on

    You read some article on internet and became all crazy and started crying. First tell in detail point-wise what fears do you have regarding AADHAR and how will it be misused. Give examples in support of your statements please. Let us understand first what is the contention here. I went through the article but was not able to get anything concrete about how it will be misused and who will do that.
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  • edited March 25
    dog said:

    Wait wait wait, what is going on

    You read some article on internet and became all crazy and started crying. First tell in detail point-wise what fears do you have regarding AADHAR and how will it be misused. Give examples in support of your statements please. Let us understand first what is the contention here. I went through the article but was not able to get anything concrete about how it will be misused and who will do that.

    tum bhaang khake mast raho. sab theek hai. saala aur koi kaam dham nahi hai, tumko ek ek line likh kar samjhaye woh bhi examples ke saath. jab tumko scroll nahi samjha paya to hum kis khet ka muli hain :D
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  • jaljal
    edited March 25
    hhhhhh
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  • Aadhar bill has some provisions regarding the sharing of aadhar information.
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  • That's why I don't like this Aadhaar at all.
    I rarely give my aadhaar number at places.
    Too much infringement of our privacy.


    Cases when information may be revealed: In two cases, information may be revealed:
    In the interest of national security, a Joint Secretary in the central government may issue a direction for revealing, (i) Aadhaar number, (ii) biometric information (iris scan, finger print and other biological attributes specified by regulations), (iii) demographic information, and (iv) photograph. Such a decision will be reviewed by an Oversight Committee (comprising Cabinet Secretary, Secretaries of Legal Affairs and Electronics and Information Technology) and will be valid for six months.

    On the order of a court, (i) an individual’s Aadhaar number, (ii) photograph, and (iii) demographic information, may be revealed.


    A joint Secretary...huh! That's it.
    The day we decided, that the worth of an individual was determined by their performance in an examination, was the day Education failed us.
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  • fcckfk said:

    dog said:

    Wait wait wait, what is going on

    You read some article on internet and became all crazy and started crying. First tell in detail point-wise what fears do you have regarding AADHAR and how will it be misused. Give examples in support of your statements please. Let us understand first what is the contention here. I went through the article but was not able to get anything concrete about how it will be misused and who will do that.

    tum bhaang khake mast raho. sab theek hai. saala aur koi kaam dham nahi hai, tumko ek ek line likh kar samjhaye woh bhi examples ke saath. jab tumko scroll nahi samjha paya to hum kis khet ka muli hain :D
    Yes, that's what I was also saying. You can't explain anything because you don't have any points or examples to prove your fear.

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  • @fcckfk most of your posts are anti government. Looks like you are an anarchist who would rather see the world burn than the establishment of a better governance order, by virtue of democracy. You base your judgments on biased Internet farce and attack the established order. There is no difference b/w you and an extremist.

    Now coming to aadhar, umpteen research reports have shown that many leakages happen when the government spends resources of social programs. Aadhar aids in targeted delivery, and thus fiscal prudence. Also, in today's day and age, anonymity may breed violence and extremist ideologies and thus, for the security of the state, some amount of snooping may be justified. In the name of a person's fundamental right(s), the security of the state cannot be compromised. Also, in our constitution, frs are not absolute. They are condition.

    And lastly, until and unless you have something to hide, you shouldn't be afraid. Also don't be such a hypocrite. You put your entire life on facebook and instagram, but cringe at the thought of an universal identification number? Gimme a break!
    An Ounce of Action Is Worth a Ton of Theory
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  • @fcckfk most of your posts are anti government. Looks like you are an anarchist who would rather see the world burn than the establishment of a better governance order, by virtue of democracy. You base your judgments on biased Internet farce and attack the established order. There is no difference b/w you and an extremist.

    Now coming to aadhar, umpteen research reports have shown that many leakages happen when the government spends resources of social programs. Aadhar aids in targeted delivery, and thus fiscal prudence. Also, in today's day and age, anonymity may breed violence and extremist ideologies and thus, for the security of the state, some amount of snooping may be justified. In the name of a person's fundamental right(s), the security of the state cannot be compromised. Also, in our constitution, frs are not absolute. They are condition.

    And lastly, until and unless you have something to hide, you shouldn't be afraid. Also don't be such a hypocrite. You put your entire life on facebook and instagram, but cringe at the thought of an universal identification number? Gimme a break!

    bill and amendments to it passed without debates and discussion in parliament. i think discussions were required to clear doubts
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  • dog said:

    fcckfk said:

    dog said:

    Wait wait wait, what is going on

    You read some article on internet and became all crazy and started crying. First tell in detail point-wise what fears do you have regarding AADHAR and how will it be misused. Give examples in support of your statements please. Let us understand first what is the contention here. I went through the article but was not able to get anything concrete about how it will be misused and who will do that.

    tum bhaang khake mast raho. sab theek hai. saala aur koi kaam dham nahi hai, tumko ek ek line likh kar samjhaye woh bhi examples ke saath. jab tumko scroll nahi samjha paya to hum kis khet ka muli hain :D
    Yes, that's what I was also saying. You can't explain anything because you don't have any points or examples to prove your fear.

    why national security part is not elaborated? govt can define national security as per its convenience
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  • fcckfk said:

    @fcckfk most of your posts are anti government. Looks like you are an anarchist who would rather see the world burn than the establishment of a better governance order, by virtue of democracy. You base your judgments on biased Internet farce and attack the established order. There is no difference b/w you and an extremist.

    Now coming to aadhar, umpteen research reports have shown that many leakages happen when the government spends resources of social programs. Aadhar aids in targeted delivery, and thus fiscal prudence. Also, in today's day and age, anonymity may breed violence and extremist ideologies and thus, for the security of the state, some amount of snooping may be justified. In the name of a person's fundamental right(s), the security of the state cannot be compromised. Also, in our constitution, frs are not absolute. They are condition.

    And lastly, until and unless you have something to hide, you shouldn't be afraid. Also don't be such a hypocrite. You put your entire life on facebook and instagram, but cringe at the thought of an universal identification number? Gimme a break!

    bill and amendments to it passed without debates and discussion in parliament. i think discussions were required to clear doubts
    These days, the upper house is not a place where civilized discussions take place. It just paralyzes the policies by walk outs and dharnas. Governance gets slowed.

    Also, sc has not questioned the act per se. It has questioned the passage of the act in the lower house.
    An Ounce of Action Is Worth a Ton of Theory
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  • fcckfk said:

    @fcckfk most of your posts are anti government. Looks like you are an anarchist who would rather see the world burn than the establishment of a better governance order, by virtue of democracy. You base your judgments on biased Internet farce and attack the established order. There is no difference b/w you and an extremist.

    Now coming to aadhar, umpteen research reports have shown that many leakages happen when the government spends resources of social programs. Aadhar aids in targeted delivery, and thus fiscal prudence. Also, in today's day and age, anonymity may breed violence and extremist ideologies and thus, for the security of the state, some amount of snooping may be justified. In the name of a person's fundamental right(s), the security of the state cannot be compromised. Also, in our constitution, frs are not absolute. They are condition.

    And lastly, until and unless you have something to hide, you shouldn't be afraid. Also don't be such a hypocrite. You put your entire life on facebook and instagram, but cringe at the thought of an universal identification number? Gimme a break!

    bill and amendments to it passed without debates and discussion in parliament. i think discussions were required to clear doubts
    These days, the upper house is not a place where civilized discussions take place. It just paralyzes the policies by walk outs and dharnas. Governance gets slowed.

    Also, sc has not questioned the act per se. It has questioned the passage of the act in the lower house.
    same house has passed gst and many other laws. sc has said not make adhaar mandatory, then why govt making it mandatory
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