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The residual ponds hold the muddy solids that are removed when the city’s water from the Red River and Red Lake River is cleaned and treated. thus expressly conceding this issue The report further states that there is a verification log the leakage of which can lead to forged identities and revealing of location of transactions This he argued was also an express admission that tracking of current location was also possible and that UIDAI had access to it He argued further that even in the absence of verification logs current location could be tracked A third party could access up to 5 years of location data through a breach of the logs The Bench here stated that it wasn’t possible to have perfect security and the report merely concedes the loss of privacy in the digital world and that Aadhaar was not responsible for that Limited government and basic surveillance To this it was further argued that there was the issue of limited government which deals with the coercive power of the state It was argued that this power did not extend to allowing the tracking of location data in real time This kind of tracking across a person’s lifetime creates a chilling effect This he argued was not about sophisticated commercial surveillance like big data but much more basic- name date and time and location for all persons and all the time UIDAI’s presentation shows surveillance at various levels He then turned to the UIDAI’s powerpoint presentation in Court The presentation he argued states that every biometric device has traceability which though designed to prevent fraud allows an electronic trail going back to each device He argued that thousands of entities like the Kerala State Board as demonstrated to the Court by the petitioners would have access to the related databases This he argued was not about surveillance and security at the level of the CIDR but at the levels of the many AUAs and ASAs involved with Aadhaar and the potential chilling effect it can have on a person’s conduct He countered the state’s argument that the UIDAI and the CIDR are separate and that surveillance would be possible only via a collusion between the two arguing that the State cannot empower an instrumentality with that much power and control Based on the three expert opinions shown to the Court he argued that it was established that the design of the entire Aadhaar program architecturally and technologically is fundamentally flawed Aadhaar he argued may be technologically brilliant but is constitutionally impermissible The Bench stated that the poor had an equal right to privacy Reuters People should have a choice on the inexorable march towards technology He then turned to the issue of balancing rights He argued that if the Court agrees that Aadhaar is a vehicle for surveillance then the question of balancing does not arise and the Constitution expressly rejects such a system The Bench here observed that the march towards technology is inexorable and no court or government can stop this The human rights perspective they stated was not only about protecting privacy but also about enabling access of benefits to the previously deprived sections of society Both these issues would have to be considered while deciding on the issue of balancing rights Shyam Divan then argued that choice and options are a part of democracy and people should be allowed a choice in this issue Further if technology cannot be stopped then there must be a choice in how and which technology to deploy For instance there could be a local database instead of a centralized one UIDAI’s response to the questionnaire indicates no verification Next he turned to the questions that were put to the UIDAI after the presentation (See Questions and responses here) Based on this he argued that in effect the UIDAI answered positively to all the questions raised- that there was no verification at the stage of enrolment the UIDAI does not take responsibility for the correct identification of a person there was no verification that the documents presented for enrolment were genuine etc Aadhaar is a self-declaration system of verification Aadhaar he argued was thus essentially a self-declaration system of verification which no one in the government has verified It simply provides a matching system ensuring matching with the data provided at the time of enrolment This data then becomes a person’s universal identity The government’s claims that Aadhaar can stop terrorism he argued thus fail This he argued is a deep flaw in the Aadhaar system Aadhaar violates court orders on non-issuance to illegal immigrants Further responses of the UIDAI were discussed including that Aadhaar authentication matches only the data but does not verify the person’s identity the probabilistic nature of the matching and about the cancellation of 49000 operators Further the issue that there is no verification of whether a person is an illegal immigrants despite a court order saying that Aadhaar should not be given to illegal immigrants was pointed to This he argued was blatant disobedience of the court’s order The rejoinder will continue on Tuesday Sources of the arguments include livetweeting of the case by SFLCin Prasanna S and Gautam Bhatia The author is a lawyer and author specializing in technology laws She is also a certified information privacy professional You can read our complete coverage of the Aadhaar Supreme Court case below: Aadhaar Hearing: Attorney General argues that Aadhaar is fundamentally a money bill to which Section 57 is an ancillary provision Why SC needs to look into technical evidence of Aadhaar’s surveillance capabilities Lack of governmental ownership of CIDR’s source code can have serious consequences Will State give citizens rights only if they agree to betracked forever asks lawyer Shyam Divan Coalition for Aadhaar: A collective of private companies wants to ensure that Aadhaar ID and related services continue to be offered Petitioners argue on centralisation of data and challenge Aadhaar’s claims on savings Petitioners argue for a voluntary ID card system that does not collect user data Petitioners argue that receipt of govt benefits cannot be at the cost of compromising fundamental rights Aadhaar is architecturally unconstitutional argue the petitioners Petitioners argue that Aadhaar violates dignity by objectifying and depersonalizing an individual Petitioners seek compensation for starvation deaths and extension of March 31st deadline Section 7 exception in Supreme Court’s interim order greatly affects people’s constitutional rights Entire Aadhaar project is beyond the stated objectives of Aadhaar Act argue petitioners Petitioners conclude their arguments on ‘the number of the beast’ Aadhaar highlighting various issues Aadhaar hearing: Political liberties cannot be foregone for economic and social justice states the Bench Aadhaar hearing: UIDAI’s presentation discusses Aadhaar enrolment updation and authentication processes in detail Aadhaar hearing: Supreme Court expresses concerns with data breaches Aadhaar security and profiling Aadhaar hearing: Petitioners question UIDAI on verification of residency requirement de-duplication rejections and authentication failures Aadhaar hearing: Attorney General argues that pervasive collection of fingerprints meets proportionality requirements Aadhaar hearing: Bench criticises the argument that Aadhaar can prevent bank frauds and terrorists from acquiring mobile numbers Aadhaar hearing:Additional Solicitor General argues Aadhaar-PAN linkage enables deduplication prevents fraud and widens the tax base Aadhaar hearing: Not necessary to prove least possible invasion of privacy argues Additional Solicitor General Aadhaar hearing: Counsel argues that Aadhaar is more secure than a data protection law SC disagrees Aadhaar hearing: Supreme Court questions why both the right toprivacy and right to food cannot be secured under the Constitution Aadhaar hearing: Senior counsel Rakesh Dwiwedi argues that the UIDAI is constantly improving and upgrading its systems Aadhaar hearing: Aadhaar has the support of two governments argues the State Aadhaar hearing: The Act is a well balanced law of which a few provisions should be struck down argues advocate Gopal SankaranarayananIDEAS Joel Stein writes a weekly column for TIME magazine His book Man Made: A Stupid Quest For Masculinity changes people’s lives Time hired me in 1997 with the hope that I would make the magazine relevant to young people something I have clearly succeeded at I’ve kept up on all the cool trends and lately I’ve become concerned about the TIME 100’s fixation on human beings The influence of individual people is waning because of technological advances that are democratizing the media business and taxi driving Individual animals meanwhile are totally waxing They’ve got Twitter accounts product lines their own television channels and celebrities who not only won’t eat them but also won’t stop talking about not eating them This is why I’ve created the TIME 100 Animals the definitive list of the most influential animals in the world which you can find at here To do this I enlisted a board of directors consisting of seven of the world’s top animal experts This was important because I’m not personally a big fan of animals or to be honest plants or rocks or anything else outside Also I’ve learned from previous lists that 100 is a way bigger number than it sounds like so I needed to Tom Sawyer some animal lovers into doing my work for me The Animals 100 board consists of PETA president Ingrid Newkirk Animal Planet and Discovery Channel president Rich Ross environmentalist Philippe Cousteau Farm Sanctuary president Gene Baur BuzzFeed Animals editor Chelsea Marshall my friend Phil Johnston–who not only co-wrote Zootopia but also wrote the scene in The Brothers Grimsby in which the characters get stuck in an elephant’s vagina–and Moby the vegan musician who lives a few houses away from me and was walking by my driveway while I was working on this “I applaud you for representing our collective obsession with the creatures we love and paradoxically hurt and eat” Moby said See what I mean All the board members agreed that some animals are far more influential than others because of their distinctive personalities “At the dog park everyone has the experience of the dog that’s a dick It’s usually a German shepherd” said Cousteau Similarly he said he could immediately tell if a shark was a jerk though I think he was just bragging about being around sharks Not surprisingly Ross talked a lot about sharks when he was nominating animals for the list since as a naked attempt to lure advertisers Shark Week is his TIME 100 The Animals 100 board members agreed that we were embarking on an important endeavor “We would all have the same basic answers with the 100 most influential people like Obama and Malala” said Zootopia co-writer Johnston “If you talk about influential animals other than that dog from the French silent movie most people would say their house pet Which is why this is a much more difficult list and makes you a better journalist” It also helps that I don’t have pets The TIME 100 seems to stick to living humans and TIME 100 Animals totally gets the logic in that because it’s awkward to invite dead people to the TIME 100 party–but the publisher isn’t letting us throw one possibly because of postparty cleanup costs So our top influencer is Cecil the African lion killed by that Minnesota dentist who prompted international outrage over big-game hunting and then a teeny bit of outrage over people making death threats against Minnesota dentists In another departure from the TIME 100 some of our entries are fictional But it wasn’t like we could leave Mickey Mouse off He’s worth about $180 billion You show a picture of Mickey Mouse to anyone in the world and they say “Mickey Mouse” You show a photo of TIME 100 banker Jin Liqun to them and they say “Show us Mickey Mouse again” PETA president Newkirk had been pushing for Tilikum the orca whose plight was detailed in a documentary that got SeaWorld to get rid of its killer-whale show to be first on the list Newkirk also nominated Sunder an abused elephant in India And Grecia an abused toucan in Costa Rica And Dorothy an abused chicken in Virginia At which point I told her she was being a bummer So she suggested Gus a bulldog who stars in a viral video in which he insists on bringing a kiddie pool into the house “There’s not someone pushing him It’s him It’s very different than the surfing squirrel that’s just being used That squirrel doesn’t want to be there” she said going right back at it Some of the TIME 100 Animals influence humans like Miley Cyrus’ pig who is the reason Cyrus became vegan Others influenced other animals like Reef the top dog on the winning Iditarod team Eleven of the entries are sports figures compared with only eight in the TIME 100 And ours are objectively better Sure Usain Bolt is fast but he would be left pretty far behind by Triple Crown winner American Pharoah Ronda Rousey is tough but is she as tough as Long John the Professional Bull Riders’ world champion bull who despite several injuries ended the season with 23 outs 14 of which were on the Built Ford Tough Series Jordan Spieth is a wonderful golfer but could you say about him as the world’s best polo player said about the American-bred bay gelding Chocolate “He has good power a good temperament and a really sensitive mouth” But there were actually a lot of similarities between the two lists They have Leonardo DiCaprio from The Revenant; we have the bear from The Revenant And honestly it was the bear that influenced America’s intense if misinformed discussion of bear rape They have Kathy Niakan a biologist who is approved to work with the gene-splicing tool CRISPR while we have the freakazoid supergoats that Chinese scientists created with CRISPR You decide which you’d rather read about They have Christiana Figueres leader of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change while we have a polar bear that starved possibly because of climate change They have Lin-Manuel Miranda the hipster creator of the musical Hamilton; we have Hamilton the hipster cat They have Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg; we have Boo a Pomeranian with 17 million Facebook likes They have Barack Obama; we have Obama’s dogs In terms of their ability to sway Congress that is currently a tie in influence And in the eeriest similarity of all TIME 100 has Bernie Sanders and we have Grumpy Cat The Animals 100 does have 29 entertainers which is more than are on the TIME 100 And most of ours are famous just for being on Instagram But that’s what being famous is now TIME 100 At least we don’t believe that working on Star Wars is two-fifths as influential as every single thing that is happening in Africa We also have a lot of entertainers because BuzzFeed Animals editor Marshall who oversees two other BuzzFeed Animals writers kept sending me suggestions including Lil Bub Colonel Meow and the two llamas that Arizona police chased on live TV news which she says were more influential than people realized “The llama thing was the day of the dress” she says referring to the dress on Tumblr that looked blue to some people and not blue to others “I ran home with so much energy There was so much stuff happening on the Internet that day The llamas would have blown up more if the dress wasn’t so crazy” Unlike Newkirk Marshall suggested I pick animal-interest stories “We won’t have sad animal news in our section” she said “Our viewers want to be uplifted and be happy” This is the future of news TIME editors Trust me; I get young people Contact us at [email protected] This appears in the May 02 2016 issue of TIME IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsThe Roseanne revival which premiered on ABC this week didn’t just bring back a familiar set of characters It also brought back a particular social climate from the 1990s one in which the show’s star Roseanne Barr is at the center of a firestorm of conversation and criticism fanned on by Barr herself In recent months a set of inclusive family sitcoms have been enjoying a moment buoyed by writing and casting that helps bring life to real-world struggles Because of her fame and her show’s past reputation Roseanne‘s arrival threatened to create a power imbalance making her the loudest voice in the room Now that the show has premiered with dazzlingly high ratings getting Barr a congratulatory call from President Donald Trump it’s clear that’s come to pass Right now everyone is paying attention to Barr But it’s fair to ask quite how much of that voice actually determines the content of Roseanne Barr who used to be involved in almost every aspect of the show has handed the reins to the performer and producer Sara Gilbert who also plays daughter Darlene “I wanted somebody else to do the work that I wasnt good at and to let me do the work that I was good at” Barr told the New York Times Just like Trump’s presidency Roseanne’s vision or at least what she controls of it courts chaos and inconsistency The star whose messy vocalization of her beliefs offscreen have included conspiracy theories about the Parkland shooting survivors is a powerful and widely-heard voice speaking on Trump’s behalf The voice of her show is saying something a bit different Roseanne is pro-Trump but Roseanne is more complicated Its massive ratings suggest something about it suits our era but that something is less the succor it provides to an underserved red-state audience than a sense of chaos On-camera the “Roseanne Conner” character is eager to pick fights over her vote for Trump in 2016 But she has no compelling explanation for why she cast it but for a sense that the now-President was the candidate who could “shake things up” and bring back jobs This seems like motivation enough; Roseanne herself is a provocateur and the fact that later she goes on to indicate sensitivity toward un-Trump-administration causes (her affection for a grandson who exhibits gender fluidity for instance) just goes to show how illegibly scrambled politics have become It’s interesting that the show gave her nothing more to back up her stance and indeed went on to show her as a bully and a force of division in her family In the premiere she hasn’t spoken to her sister for a year because of their diverging 2016 votes On Roseanne a Trump voter is examined at length and found to be what Roseanne fans always knew her to be: a pushy bully who’s allowed differences of opinion to subsume her personal life Roseanne was always depicted with some ambiguityshe was a caring but brusque and at times cruel mom and partner The addition of political commentary keeps with that spirit Roseanne shines a light on Trump voters sure but I didn’t find it a particularly flattering one Much will be revealed in the weeks to come whether those audiences who sampled Roseanne in its first outing since 1997 many of them in “flyover” markets like Tulsa and Cincinnati stick with the show for one thing And once the story moves on from its premiere’s Trump supporter-vs-Clinton supporter dynamic it stands to be perhaps far less congenial to Trump After all the premiere at least had someone saying nice things about the president on air An episode later in the season takes on opioid abuse and substandard medical insurance as much a hallmark of 2018 America as arguing about a two-year-old election and one that raises even bigger questions about what those running the country are or are not doing A Trump-voting blue-collar woman dominating the TV ratings is a big deal and surely many people watching her are doing so because they share her point-of-view But I suspect in the long run they’ll be confused and disappointed by Roseanne Conner whose swirl of loyalties to the President to her grandchildren to metabolizing the state of the world through her own idiosyncratic point of view make her a far more interesting thinker than the doctrinaire performer who plays her Are her ideas interesting enough to sustain years more of conversation at the current pitch or coherent enough to engage in good-faith debate No But it’s their frustrating lack of logic that makes them an elegant comment on the era in which we live a document that the President has no reason to cheer Contact us at [email protected] This I’m sure of: Environmental journalists, philanthropy, suggests that troops should rise above national sentiments and pursue a common goal. 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