UIDAI says 210 government websites made Aadhaar card details public

More than 200 central and state government websites publicly displayed details such as names and addresses of some Aadhaar beneficiaries, the Unique Identification Authority of India has said. The Aadhaar issuing body added, in response to an RTI query, that it took note of the breach and got the data removed from those websites. It did not specify when the breach took place. It said Aadhaar details have never been made public from/by UIDAI. “However, it was found that approximately 210 websites of central government, state government departments including educational…

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