What if I'm hacked?

@franxav (5064)
January 30, 2017 7:12pm CST
Yesterday, I went to get myself scanned for AADHAAR card. It is an identity proof that you are a citizen of this nation. It is not just that, it records your voter card, pan card, bank accounts, your inland and international monetary dealings and what not. Your Aadhaar card records your finger prints and the uniqueness of your eyes. I wonder, what might be the extent of damage if the data base gets hacked!
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@Madshadi (8937)
• Brussels, Belgium
31 Jan 17
The damage would be beyond repair. Let's hope it never comes to that.
@JudyEv (123170)
• Bunbury, Australia
31 Jan 17
Apparently eye recognition is coming into more and more airport terminals.
@connierebel (1571)
• United States
31 Jan 17
I don't like the idea of an identity card with a chip in it. Not only because of hackers, but it is an invasion of privacy, and seems like soon it will lead to a chip being implanted right into people.
@FreakR (221)
• Ajmer, India
31 Jan 17
This is a big threat for the nation. Government is taking much initiative to protect the information. But yes it is also true that security is not of that level. It need to improve at much higher level.