On Thursday 01 December 2011 12:00:17 Arun Khan wrote:
On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 11:55 PM,
On Wednesday 30 November 2011 18:19:10 Rony
There is a wiki article on the Aadhar UID project
and has very little
content on the risks of the current system. So add your inputs to it.
Keep the temperature low.
The negative points were deleted sometime back.
UIDAI has hired spin doctors to monitor web, press, and social media.
Not surprising at all.
IMO, taking constructive feedback, especially that which highlights
our mistakes, is not in our nature.
In the case of the UIDAI. The first principles of it's foundation, social and
political, are just plain rubbish. The second principles of biometrics is
It has to simply be scrapped. Which ofcourse would lead to many halos falling
with a thud. Since it is public money, one can continue merrily and declare
it a success, or rant about political interference and the system being
crooked, hence even the "greatest" minds cant do anything. Our society will
lap either up, as it scrounges the dregs for success stories or sock puppets.