Yesterday, social media rumors began circulating that 50 crore or almost 50% of all mobile connections in India are at risk, due to Aadhaar KYC. Several mainstream media shared this news, because it had a logic behind it - Supreme Court…
Almost 50% of India’s current telecom users are staring at an impossible reality: Their SIM connections can be disconnected if they have obtained their connection via Aadhaar-KYC mode.
In first major crackdown on non-banking finance and payment companies, UIDAI, the nodal authority on Aadhaar has banned most of the non-banking finance companies from using Aadhaar based services.
This festive season, every ecommerce portal is trying their best to lure customers, and offer the best possible deal. But this festive season sale, there is a new element: Instant cardless loan upto Rs 60,000! You will need your…
Supreme Court’s strong verdict on Aadhaar and its usage has compelled the Govt. to promote and encourage offline methods for performing KYC.
UIDAI, the apex body under which Aadhaar was created, has now ordered all telecom operators to formulate a comprehensive Aadhaar delinking plans in 15 days.
The Supreme court Aadhaar verdict is out, and yes, it's no more mandatory to have an Aadhaar for a bank account or mobile wallet or even your mobile number.
India’s apex court has ordered that mobile connections of Indian citizens need not be mandatorily linked with Aadhaar anymore. Infact, all telecom operators in the country have been ordered to delete all Aadhaar related data of users,…
Till now, every Aadhaar hack news we reported was a concern about data privacy of Indian citizens, and how the data can be manipulated for any illegal usage. But now, the issue is different: The concern has now translated into horror.
Users of popular cashless services like Paytm, Freecharge, and PhonePe are baffled because now, they are not accepting Aadhaar for KYC! What is the real reason?