Arogya Setu App which is downloaded by 15 million Indian users has been trending after the latest appeared news about it. The National Informatics Centre, which designs most of the government websites. A person who issued an RTI on the application and wants to know who is the developer of the Arogya Setu app and who created Arogya Setu. This raises a question among millions of users. and Let’s continue this report and find out Arogya Setu App Kisne Banaya.
This complaint was filed by one Saurav Das who claimed that he approached the NIC, National E-Governance Division (NeGD), and the ministry of electronics and information technology to know about the developer of the Arogya Setu app. Arogya Setu is an application that is referred by the Indian Government and compulsory to download before entering Cinema Halls, Restaurants, etc.
Arogya Setu app shows you nearby corona positives and lets you updated about the increasing rate of Corona positives in your nearby location. It also helps you to check your normal symptoms of cough, fever, and sneezing, etc. that could be initial symptoms of Covid-19.
“The Commission directs the CPIO, NIC to explain this matter in writing as to how the website https://aarogyasetu.gov.in/ was created with the domain name gov.in, if they do not have any information about it,” Information Commissioner Vanaja N Sarna has ordered.
The CIC noted that not only the about the creation of the app, nobody“seems to have” any knowledge about the files created, but the inputs also received, audit measures are taken to check whether personal data are being misused or not.
According to the news, this app is originally operated by the government and not outsourced to any private operator. Ravi Shankar Prasad This is a serious major issue as per the Information technology and It may too risky for everyone. Because it needs permissions like Bluetooth, Live Location access, etc. It is such an important issue for the privacy of every individual user of this app. Ministry of Information technology trying to solve this issue but so far it is currently the biggest data & privacy concern. Which should be solved as soon as possible.