Jul 212018
 

Tushar Mehta reports:

A new case of breach of data privacy in India has surfaced in which the data of the applicants of a medical entrance exam is being sold blatantly online. Business Standard reports that a website (Nari Technologies) which offers career counseling has hoarded data of more than 250,000 appearing in National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) and this data is put up for sale for a price of Rs. 1,00,000.

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  2 Responses to “Website Found Selling Data of 250,000 MBBS Applicants For Rs. 1 Lakh”

  1. The website discussed in the article has been around for at least three years. It’s not “a new case of breach of data privacy” as the Beebom journalist claims. He should learn to use a reporter’s bestest and awesomest weapon of all time —Google searches.

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