aarogyasetu

Over 130 individuals and organizations oppose mandatory use of Aarogya Setu in Delhi district courts #SaveOurPrivacy

The representation highlights that making Aarogya Setu a pre-condition to access judicial establishments is likely to create barriers to justice, compromise the privacy of lawyers and their clients, and lacks any basis in law.

Survey about use of Aarogya Setu for air travel #SaveOurPrivacy

Take this survey about use of Aarogya Setu for air travel so we can identify the scale of the problem and take appropriate remedial measures.

RWA uncles, please calm down about Aarogya Setu #SaveOurPrivacy

We wrote to the government seeking issuance of an advisory which clarifies that Resident Welfare Associations cannot make use of Aarogya Setu mandatory for entry into housing societies.

A look at Aarogya Setu through the Right to Information lens #SaveOurPrivacy

IFF has filed multiple Right to Information requests with various governmental authorities on the Aarogya Setu application. In this post, we will highlight these requests, the substantial replies that we received as well as the non-answers which also tell us a lot.

Statement: Victory! Aarogya Setu changes from mandatory to, “best efforts”.

As lockdown 4.0 was extended, we recorded a small but significant win as the installation of Aarogya Setu has now been changed to a best effort basis. On May 2 we had sent a letter to the Ministry of Home Affairs calling the Ministry to roll back an order requiring the mandatory use of Aarogya Setu.

We Studied the Protocol: And No This Doesn’t Sufficiently Protect Your Privacy

According to our analysis on the Aarogya Setu Data Access and Knowledge Sharing Protocol released by MeitY on May 11, 2020, the protocol falls considerably short of principles of legality, necessity and proportionality.