Agreed on many points also like to mention.
1. Vast majority does not know, how could biometrics can effect them in long run. So people cannot be given a right to choose whether they are OK sharing their data for sake of food and other benefits.
2. Privacy is very important part of human aspect should not be played, would lead to loss of personal freedom.
policy irrespective of its success/ effectiveness should even be considered if it contradicts constitutional frame.
4. Personal information is resource today, and like Google and Facebook tracks people, and concerns raised over it in many countries. Govt. Would also have ease of tracking evry activity. We cannot call us free anymore. Nobody wants to get tracked even on internet.
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