CorrectData was never secure in today's world.
So the thinking is if someone is liable for action they will take extra care that this does not happen.But governments need some form of law that applies to every entity and is liable for action. That's my opinion
But as you already admitted it's not 100%. So what happens? You never hear of it.
Why? Because the ransoms get paid. Most of the time.
Which means, profitable business compared to govt goes nya nya, i don't care.
The fear that aadhar would get hacked is people thought it would lead to identity theft. Any cases of this identity theft happening in India to date?It reminds me of something similar about AADHAAR Database and Koo App DB being weak and data publicly accessible, that happened a few years back and was reported by Elliot Alderson, the French WH Hacker
Must be eight years now that aadhar is in service