Over 200 Central and State government websites publicly exhibit the personal details such as names and addresses of some Aadhaar card holders, as reported by UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India).
RTI (Right to Information) was filed against the Aadhaar issuing body and in response to that it said that it took a note of the breach and got the data removed from those websites. However, it did not mention when the breach took place.
It also says that
The UIDAI took note of the issue and removed Aadhaar data from the said website, as it said as a reply to the RTI application.
UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) is a statutory authority, which is launched by the Planning Commission in order to ensure that each resident of India would receive a unique form of identification. It also conducts security audits on a regular basis to further strengthen security and privacy of data. It also makes sure to make the data safer and protected.
The organization also says that
UIDAI made changes in Online Updation process – https://rupeenomics.com/uidai-made-changes-in-online-updation-process/