UIDAI introduces masked eAadhaar The UIDAI last week introduced a new form of e-Aadhaar which will mask the first 8 digits of the individual's Aadhaar number. The masked Aadhaar is evidently meant to prevent misuse of Aadhaar numbers. The #eAadhaar is now available in two formats: 1. Regular Aadhaar 2. Masked Aadhaar You can download these from: https://t.co/iBrWjEwBsU To know more about eAadhaar visit: https://t.co/H3CTmnBZtP pic.twitter.com/M90Q6w2SYq — Aadhaar (@UIDAI) October 19, 2018 Maharashtra govt seeks fintech access to Aadhaar database The Maharashtra government will send a request to the UIDAI to find a way to give the fintech industry access to the Aadhaar database. The state will request UIDAI, law and finance ministries for this. This move comes after the SC judgment which declared private parties' access to the Aadhaar database illegal. Banks to continue Aadhaar-enabled Payments System UIDAI has told banks to carry on with Aadhaar-enabled Payments System, a service banks had stopped after the Supreme Court delivered its judgment on the Aadhaar matter. The judgment had suspended mandatory linking of banks accounts with Aadhaar. However, the UIDAI has asked banks to continue with AePS as this mode of withdrawal is part of the DBT scheme for which use of Aadhaar is allowed. More on the Economic Times. Aadhaar data will be deleted against alternative verification documents Telecom operators body COAI said last week that mobile customers who want to get their Aadhaar data deleted from the records of telecom service providers have to provide alternative verification documents apart from Aadhaar.…
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