Privacy policy of PM Modi’s website changed after disclosure of Namo app

After PM Modi’s staggering claim by French researcher about ‘Narendra Modi Mobile App’, now there is a sudden change in the privacy policy of PM Modi’s website. In fact, the French researcher, who has told all the security of Aadhaar data, in one of the tweets, said that the personal data of the users using the Prime Minister Narendra Modi mobile application is without their knowledge from the third party website in.wzrkt.com Being shared with. Alt News investigated this claim and found that it was true.

Changes made in the privacy policy

Personal information is shared with a third party domain in.wzrkt.com, which belongs to the American company Claver Tap. After this report, changes have been made in the privacy policy of the website. The current policy can be seen in this screen shot.

Now we can compare this new privacy policy with the policy given on PM Modi’s website before the report. Alt News has accessed the privacy policy that was on March 23, that is, just one day before the report comes. You can access the Cache version of the old privacy policy here and here.

Information about users using ‘Narendra Modi Mobile App’ is being shared with third party, till just before this disclosure, the website had a privacy policy-

“Your personal information and contact details shall remain confidential and shall not be used for any purpose other than our communication with you. The information shall not be provided to third parties in any manner whatsoever without your consent. ”

That is, “Your personal information and contact details will remain confidential and will not be used for any purpose other than our communication with you. The information will not be passed on to the third party in any manner without your consent. ”

Now in such a situation when the policy of the website has been changed to this level, it was not confirmed either by PM Modi’s Twitter account or narendramodi_in’s verified account. Secondly, when the privacy policy of a big app or website is changed, there is also the process of giving information about it to its users, but this has not happened in this case. It was claimed from the Prime Minister’s website that through this app, the personal data of the users would not be shared with the third party without their knowledge, while the opposite was being done.