ABP says that enroller does not have access to biometrics. it's collected by uidais software
We have started phasing out private enrolment agencies. Now only banks and post offices will do it
J.Sikri: That is because you don't need so many enrollment agencies now. People have already enrolled.
ABP says they are doing it for updation of Aadhaar
ABP says few dozen.
J. chandrachud:AUA has a record of how many times an authentication request was made even if UIDAI doesn't.Parting with that data is a commercially profitable enterprise. The private sector AUA can misuse that data.
ABP: Section 38(g) also prohibits it. Further there are regulations to prevent such misuse. Regulation 17(1)(d) for example.
J.Khanwilkar says that the state has to clear the apprehensions of the petitioners wrt to the software of Aadhaar
Explains the process of biometrics locking.
Senior Advocate K.V Vishwanath says it can be shared under section 57 also.
ABP says that till date they haven't shared data with any other agency.
J. Sikri: How many people will be able to use it? You can't explain illiterate people to use virtual ID. ABP says this is just an additional safeguard apart from the act.
ABP says that details except biometrics are kept.
Judges are of the view that AG should be making such arguments, not CEO of UIDAI.
Surveillance is not possible with CIDR as silos are not merged. Surveillance is possible by smart cards by merging databases.
ABP says data is encrypted and sent to CIDR, so there's no question of misuse.
He says that from July 1, facial recognition will be used along with fingerprints in order to ensure better authentication.