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Aadhaar doesn't pose any privacy issue and is worth emulating: Bill Gates

Aadhaar doesn't pose any privacy issue and is worth emulating: Bill Gates

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ndia's Aadhaar technology does not pose any privacy issue and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has funded the World Bank to take this approach to other countries as it is worth emulating, Microsoft founder Bill Gates has said. The 62-year-old multi-billionaire entrepreneur and philanthropist said Nandan Nilekani, Infosys founder who is considered as the chief architect of Aadhaar, was consulting and helping the World Bank on the project. Asked if India's Aadhaar technology is worth emulating by other countries, he replied, ...

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Aadhaar doesnt pose any privacy issue and is worth emulating: Bill Gates

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ndia's Aadhaar technology does not pose any privacy issue and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has funded the World Bank to take this approach to other countries as it is worth emulating, Microsoft founder Bill Gates has said. The 62-year-old multi-billionaire entrepreneur and philanthropist said Nandan Nilekani, Infosys founder who is considered as the chief architect of Aadhaar, was consulting and helping the World Bank on the project. Asked if India's Aadhaar technology is worth emulating by other countries, he replied, ...

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