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After The Tribune Exposed The Aadhar Card Security Breach, FIR Filed Against Them.

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After The Tribune Exposed The Aadhar Card Security Breach, FIR Filed Against Them.

Aadhar Card in the last couple of years has become one of the basic requirements of every person. You can’t perform most of the important everyday tasks if you haven’t linked your Aadhar card to Bank account or so.

But the big question that arises is Aadhar Card really safe? Well, there have been several allegations on UIDAI ( Unique Identification Authority of India) regarding big loopholes in the security system of Aadhar. But it looked like people have made peace with it.

However, the newspaper The Tribune recently exposed Aadhar Card and revealed how easy it is to breach the security and check anything you want.

But it seems, it didn’t go well with UIDAI who filed an FIR against the newspaper and its reporter Rachna Khaira.

They also filed the fire against Anil Kumar, Sunil Kumar and Raj, all of whom were mentioned in the Tribune report.

UIDAI also denied the breach and claimed it’s nothing but a case of misreporting. They tweeted-

No #Aadhaar data breach; Aadhaar data including biometric information is fully safe and secure: @UIDAI, denying report by @thetribunechd, saying it is a case of misreporting 1/2

Claims of bypassing or duping the #Aadhaar enrollment system are totally unfounded: @UIDAI, denying report by @thetribunechd 2/2

The latest event in the matter is that The Editors Guild of India has condemned the action of filing an FIR against the newspaper. In a press release, the body has called the act “unfair, unjustified and direct attack on the freedom of the press”

Apart from the Editor’s Guild Of India, some prominent personalities including the journalists, activists and politicians have come ahead in the support of The Tribune. Take a look at how they reacted on Social Media.

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