Aadhar is now mandatory for Facebook Likes, Google Searches, and Tinder Swipes
The biggest step has taken by Government of India, today it has announced that Aadhar card is mandatory for Facebook likes, Google searches, and also for Tinder swipes. In the wake of connecting of Aadhaar with PAN Card, filing income tax, beginning a business and driving licence, this is viewed as one of the greatest Aadhaar connected tasks. Analysts are stating that Govt. has constrained these mega portals to interface Aadhaar database, yet no affirmation has arrived yet. From now, linking up the Aadhar card is mandatory for Facebook Likes, Google Searches, and Tinder Swipes. Check more details from here.
Aadhaar Card Number is Compulsory for Every Google Search :
Supporting Govt. of India’s vision for a total Aadhaar based eco-system, world’s biggest web index and greatest Internet organization by incomes, Google, has declared that starting now and into the foreseeable future, each Google record will be connected to Aadhaar card. Furthermore, that is insufficient: Every Google look must be approved with Aadhaar confirmation also. Experts were stating that Govt. of India will now read every mail, scan every Google search an individual makes, via Aadhaar card.
Google India’s representative said: “We want to track and monitor every Google search and ensure that we create a database of this data. What better platform than Aadhaar for doing it?”
To search the Google, users must linked up with Aadhar card. The pop-up window will appear where the users have to enter thaier Aadhar card number to use the Google servers as per reports. For mobile clients, a biometric-based validation has been planned, wherein the client’s iris or unique mark-sweep would occur at runtime.
Google representative said, “We can easily integrate the mobile camera with our database to complete the iris scan. For fingerprint scan, a new app needs to be downloaded. We are talking with relevant authorities for the same.”
Aadhaar is Compulsory for Facebook Likes, Comments
Facebook too has bounced into the Aadhaar mode and reported a progression of updates, which essentially interfaces Aadhaar with each Facebook profile. Both new and existing Facebook clients would be required to interface their Aadhaar card subtle elements with their separate records. Furthermore, the photo in the Aadhaar card would be compulsory connected with each Facebook account too. Proprietors of fake profiles, for example, ‘Darling Jay’ and more should be uniquely stressed now since one Aadhaar card implies only one profile.
Facebook India representative, on the condition of anonymity, said, “Yes, this shall be tough in the initial phase. But once every account is linked with Aadhaar database, then only genuine persons would exist on our platform. It is a big win for us.”
According to the reports, while posting a update on Facebook, or loving/sharing/commenting a post, another fly up would show up, requesting that the client confirm their Aadhaar details. For mobile app clients, an iris based sweep is being planned. Like Google, Facebook will coordinate the mobile camera with their database, for a consistent biometric verification. Specialists are expressing that such high level of confirmation will remove the trolls from the stage, and despise comments should decrease.
Aadhaar is needed for every Tinder Swipe
Tinder, which authenticates their clients by means of Facebook account has also announced that they will examine Aadhaar card information before each swipe: left or right. And also at the season of account creation, Tinder will request finger print of the client, which should be simply validated by means of UIDAI database. Facebook will shape the second layer of verification for their clients. Last year, Tinder had opened their new office in India, wherein just two representatives are acting starting at now (one is the peon). Their exclusive delegate stated,
“Dating apps like Tinder should be using Aadhaar since a long time. I wonder why this didn’t happen till now.”
Explaining the Aadhaar linked process on their platform, Tinder said, “Whenever one wants to swipe a profile on Tinder, a new popup will appear, asking the user to authenticate their Aadhaar numbers. This way, Govt. of India shall be aware of every left and right swipe, and who made them.”
When we asked that Tinder representative as to why this arrangement has been made, he said, “We are fed up with married men swiping right every profile of girl they see. It is plain desperation, you see. With Aadhaar authentication, Govt. of India can now inform their wives about this habit, and everything would be streamlined. More security, more power to Tinder users.”
Association of Single Men and Women in India has expressed their reservations on Tinder’s Aadhaar integration. One member said, “This is extreme. This is crude. We will protest against the intrusion of our privacy. How can Govt. integrate Aadhaar with dating?”