Hyderabad: New culture emerging in BJP under Modi-Shah regime, says Naidu
- Author: Megan Austin Mar 29, 2018,
Mar 29, 2018, 1:55
The PM's official NaMo App, which allows users to receive messages, updates and emails from Modi, was on Sunday accused by the Indian National Congress opposition leader Rahul Gandhi of leaking personal data to a third party without their consent. The researcher, who tweets under the pseudonym Elliot Alderson, posted a series of tweets on Saturday stating Mr Modi's app was sending personal user data to a third party.
Sharpening his attack on Monday, he termed Modi a "Big Boss who likes to spy" and also alleged that NaMo App secretly records audio, video, contacts and even tracks location via Global Positioning System.
However, government sources on Sunday clarified that the app does not ask for a blanket access to the users' personal data. But use the official PMO APP for it.
The accusations suggested that the app demands access to the user's audio, video and even the contact lists of its users.
The sharp exchange of words saw some personalised attacks with Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani targeting Gandhi, tweeting that "even "Chhota Bheem" knows that commonly asked permission on Apps don't tantamount to snooping".
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Further targeting United Progressive Alliance (UPA) chief Sonia Gandhi, Malviya accused the Congress party of following "all power no accountability" dictum.
Arvind, in his cartoon titled "The only thing that is safe and secure" pokes fun the Prime Minister's marksheet from Gujarat University, that said Modi has done his Masters in "Entire Political Science". Now he wants data on our children.
In his radio address, he talked about a " fit India" and preventive healthcare, PM Modi stressed that yoga is a form of preventive healthcare. "13 lakh NCC cadets are being forced to download the APP", he added with a hashtag "DeleteNaMoApp".