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The digital identity trend, Aadhaar leaks, and privacy by tech limitations

In this issue: Aadhaar news roundup, tenchnology and state power in China, humanity and machine learning, the unintended consequences when designing incentives

Voluntary Aadhaar, the Aadhaar amendment bill, and UPI 2

Aadhaar news roundup, complex algorithms and real-world problems, designing a decent working place, and the unpredictability of complex adaptive systems

A step forward for e-KYC and digital payments

Aadhaar review petitions, e-KYC and financial inclusion, DigiLocker, how philosophy helps navigate the world, organisational culture, and more

A glimmer of revival for eKYC, the future of eSign, and fuzzy numbers

The news on eKYC, eSign, Facebook's attempts to verify political advertisers, the state of research on Aadhaar, and more

A drop in Aadhaar use, but there are many doors to digital identity

Digital identity, digital monopolies, technology and humanity, debating Blockchain, and more

Reverse gear for fintech, identity vs identification, design for innovation

A step back to paper-based KYC, why Aadhaar won’t identify the dead, a learning from Wikitribune for those who are building collaborative networks, and how a diverse team can help rule out bias in algorithms

The Aadhaar news roundup

The impact of Section 57 ruling on fintech, virtual Aadhaar, heroes versus trends, identity as an enabler in Africa, why doctors hate computers, and more

A post-Aadhaar world

The best stories on the promise and the challenges of disruptive technologies, on enabling innovation, and leadership in a complex world

The future of privacy: A conversation with Rahul Matthan

What sort of legal framework ought an economically poor, but data rich nation ought to have? When you agree to an entity accessing your data, ought there be a time limit? And what does it mean to have a fundamental right to privacy?

Technology and the making of a new business empire

This Week: Building modern empires through economies of engagement, the importance of anonymity, and deliberate practice