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Aug 05, 2018
8:18AM

Google apologises for ‘inadvertently’ coding Aadhaar toll free no into Android setup

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Google has apologised for inadvertently loading the old UIDAI helpline number and 112 helpline number into the 'setup wizard' of Android phones. The clarification came following public outrage over Aadhaar helpline number being pre-stored without user consent on certain mobile phones. According to reports that many Android-run mobile phones listed by default the Aadhaar helpline number 1800-300-1947.
Last evening, the Cyber Security Cell of Maharashtra police issued an advisory saying that if any number in the name of UIDAI was automatically added to the mobile phone contacts, it should be d. Earlier yesterday, the Aadhaar-issuing authority UIDAI had said it has not asked any phone maker or telecom service provider to include its toll-free number on mobile phones.

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