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Rohit pande , Have a view on many things but happy to thras Nov, 23 2016

Is it ok to blur the gap between Narendra Modi the man and the PM ?


Raise your hands if you think this blurring of distinction is dangerous


https://www.thequint.com/blogs/2016/11/23/prime-minister-narendra-modi-namo-app-asks-for-user-data-which-is-a-big-privacy-threat


Sahil Khanna , 9 years of experience in running 4 successful Nov, 23 2016


Be it Mr. Modi or Mr Obama, data is something we can't compromise on. The app asks for enumerous data points from us and you never know what it is being used for. Why can't the app let us use it without taking any data if it's only for our benefit to


Paras Mahikansh , Happiness can be found even in the darkest of Nov, 23 2016


Whayt we fail to understand here is the fact that the App is not making Namo famous but asking people to reach out to the government to understand their needs


Vanshika Malhotra , Preparing for UPSC with an intention to work Nov, 23 2016


Modi is too big (PM of India is not a small deal) to bother about making himself famous. He is merely trying to get views and suggestions and mood of his countrymen