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Unique Identification Authority of India (Aadhaar)

Discussion in 'Aadhaar' started by warthog, Sep 3, 2008.

  1. warthog

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    the govts plans to have a biometric national id cards for everyone by 2010.In usa the real id act is facing fierce resistance as 20 states have signed legislation opposition this as well in UK as groups like defyid and no2id.THis national id card makes india a police state,mass surveillance society and blurs the difference btw nazi germany and india.
    the supreme court has interpreted that we have the right to privacy which the national id card violates.Why isnt anyone doing to stop this.I contacted times of india ,cnn ibn,ndtv but got no reply?.


    we already have voter id card,passport,driver license,ration card,pan card(similar to social security card in us.).EVen is usa the ss card is not to be used as a id card.why do we need a chip card?the only thing that i can think is abut control and monitoring us.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multipurpose_National_Identity_Card_(India)
    once everyone has this card the govt can track your every move and switch your card if you resist or dissent.

    those who give up liberty for security neither deserve liberty nor security-Benjamin Franklin.

    the cons of having a national id card
    NO2ID:why not?

    can we stop this?
     
  2. warthog

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    35 views and no reply.This is serious,once everyone gets a national id card the govt can track your purchase and shut your card off is you resist and rfid chips can be hacked in hours.
     
  3. Lokesh

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    the reason for no replies:"the govts plans to have..."HA HA HA when govt plans it means it can take years to be implemented! :hysterical:eek:nly some serious state govt. have applied this so far, but a centralised system??? no way, wait until 2015 for that!ps: this is my personal view!:whistle:
     
  4. warthog

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    its not about timeframe,its about acceptance,will you accept it or revolt against this totalitarian initiative.delhi would have by next year and the shivra patil said that by 2011 everyone will have this.I would fight this in the court if i have to.This is against the fundamental rights and freedom and liberty.
     
  5. blu_6779

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    having one card for everything would make my wallet lighter though and that nasty feeling that my right butt cheek's drooping would probably go away too.
     
  6. Lokesh

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    if the data is encrypted and safe from outside world (= hackers and other nations) then i have no prob.s though there are some conditions:1. no id card to bangladesi's and pakis etc living here under fake names:madness:2. plz clean the street of these goons.3. proper data protection (which the state(=INDIA) cannot offer):wall:4. Stringent screening process before issuing the cards (not like driving licenses which are virtually obtainable by anyone here!):madness:
     
  7. blu_6779

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    would be funny seeing a displaced person on the street flashing an id card... he'd probably sell it to a terrorist...
     
  8. In INDIA - people dont even care for PAN Card, Voter Card, Ration Card - they are all available as fake in grey market then what would a NATIONAL ID CARD can make a mess - just imagine!!!!! Its a dangerous move - these politicians can wash our ass to get our votes - thats their basic common aim - doesnt matter what happens to the country after few years - because by that time they will have enough money into their swiss account and they will leave country. :madness:
     
  9. Lokesh

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    what if the data is stored in encrypted form in the i card. it can be of so much convenience to people!I don't know much abt this subject, but still....can anyone plz list the cons in a short bullet summary to me!:redface:
     
  10. warthog

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    you still dont get it,you are only concerned with your wallet weight not and not your privacy.Do check the no2id site.If we get a national id card then we would no longer be a free country,our movement would be tracked and rfid can be cracked.