A Kerala-based lawyer has alleged there were several breaches of the Aadhaar system since January 2018 and contended that UIDAI and the Centre were liable to compensate people whose data were compromised.
Data privacy matters.
Security loophole open for "few weeks".
As many as 500 Indians allegedly figure in an unprecedented leak of more than 11.5 million documents from the files of law
Google's latest offering to the world, Now on Tap, promises to be a game changer for smartphone users. A seemingly simple app that practically "reads" all that is there on your screen and provides more information based on the content. Hail contextual search! This feature works across apps, emails, texts or music platforms. While this may seem awesome for the regular smartphone user and almost orgasmic for a hard-core developer, it is a potential time bomb as far as data security and user privacy are concerned.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is among 31 world leaders whose personal details were inadvertently compromised at the G20 summit
The BJP likened the Congress president to Mussolini, saying he has a myopic understanding of issues like the Italian dictator.
This hasn't been the best week for Twitter. First, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg's twitter account was hacked
Google has now decided to shut down Google Plus, which never really took off. This massive data breach has proved to be the final nail in its coffin.
This AP Government Website Showed The Live Location Of Abuse Victims And Pregnant Women In Ambulances
Big brother is broadcasting you.
Uber confirmed Tuesday that it paid hackers $100,000 to keep quiet after an October 2016 attack led to the disclosure of
At least three Aadhaar-related security incidents have been reported in the past couple of months.
Over 100,000 Users' Data On FreshMenu Was Breached In 2016, And The Company Chose Not To Disclose This
A report on HaveIBeenPwned.com disclosed that a breach revealed names, email IDs, phone numbers, addresses and more, but the company didn’t inform users.
It only takes second to access sensitive documents about people’s medical procedures and their contact details.
The government had recently withheld a batch of official data.
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India’s Aadhaar could be a blueprint for identity systems in the 21st century, but there’s a difference between what institutions want and what individuals need.
A new leak from Evan Blass suggests that the much awaited messaging app will finally be available for download.
After IRCTC was informed it fixed the bug, but no responsible disclosure has been made for months.
"We’re sorry this happened, and are taking steps to make sure we don’t make a mistake like this again," the company said in a blog post.
How To Plug Small, Everyday Financial Leaks That Hurt You In The Long Run
"Beware of little expenses. A small leak will sink a great ship." - Benjamin Franklin Whenever we make a resolution to spend
Bharti Airtel Files FIR Against Ex-Employee, Alleges Confidential Information Stolen To Benefit Reliance Jio
India's biggest mobile operator, Bharti Airtel, has filed a police complaint against an ex-employee accusing him of stealing
The Indian Railways Is Sitting On A Giant Trove of Your Travel Data. The Modi Govt Wants To Sell It, And Experts Are Worried
It has over 100 terabytes of passenger data each year.
Pokemon Sword and Shield Galar Pokedex full list leaked and here’s what you need to know.
Andhra Pradesh Tracked You As You Bought Viagra, Then Put Your Name and Phone Number on the Internet for the World to See
Just another day in the data disaster that is our country.
'We're Not Shooting The Messenger': UIDAI On The Back Foot After Media Slams FIR Against Reporter Who Exposed Data Leak
"The UIDAI appears to lack basic understanding of how journalism works."
4.5 Cr People's Personal Data. 30,000 Threats a Day. But Andhra's Security Problem is Careless Babus
"This is not hacking, it is an awareness problem"
Government Gives Nod To Bill For Building DNA Databases In India, For 'Criminal Investigation And Justice Delivery'
The bill will be introduced in Parliament in the Monsoon session.
The login ID and password of the scheme’s nodal officer had been shared with all the staff of the health department, meaning that anyone could log in to access and even alter the information.
Contact HuffPost India A previous study carried earlier this month that analysed top 25 installed apps by downloads revealed
Not just criminals, but the faces of ordinary citizens were at risk, as CopsEye, a phone-based facial recognition application deployed by the Madurai police did not properly secure its database.
You’re being tracked in your home and in your office, by the government, your employers, and countless others. How did we get here?
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