How the US government is getting the most out of Aadhaar: How the Indian government is using the controversial biometric identity card to target millions of citizens
India has introduced a controversial new scheme that will use Aadhaar to track every citizen’s every move.
The new system, known as Aadhaar for All, was designed to make citizens “smart and accountable”.
However, the plan has faced criticism from some quarters over privacy and access to government data.
The government hopes that the new system will make it easier for them to use the benefits of Aadhaar for a number of benefits.
One of these is making the state-run government more transparent and accountable.
According to the plan, a person would have to fill out an application with Aadhaar, giving their Aadhaar number to the government, and that information would be used to authenticate their identity and identity verification.
In return, the government would be able to collect data such as financial transactions, tax filings, and other relevant data.
However, the program faces the same issues as other biometric identification schemes in the world: It relies on the Aadhaar number and cannot be used by people without it.
According the Financial Times, the project is being run by the Information and Broadcasting Ministry and will be launched by the end of March, 2020.
However, it is unclear how many Indians will be able access the scheme.
“It is a huge risk for the people of India,” Ajay Kumar, an executive at the American Civil Liberties Union, told the Financial Press.
“I’m sure that there are many cases where there is an actual problem of fraud in the system and Aadhaar is not really used by the government for the legitimate purpose.”
The new Aadhaar program is not the first attempt to target people based on their Aadhaar numbers.
The government in 2014 introduced a new system to track people based solely on their names, instead of their Aadhaar cards.
The project will be tested in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu.