Google Pay: Your personal data is being stored? Case in Delhi High Court on 14th

If you send or receive a payment from Google Pay, you need to be careful. Google Pay is storing your personal data. Such an allegation has been made in a PIL in the Delhi High Court.

Violation of regulator’s rules

In a PIL filed in the Delhi High Court, Abhijit Mishra has alleged that Google’s online payment system is violating various regulator rules. He claimed that the company is taking information about the aadhaar and bank of the customers and depositing it with them. This is a violation of the right to privacy. He is using these notices.

Asked to give all information

The petition is with the bench of Judge Vibhu Bakhru and Pratik Jalan. The bench filed an affidavit from Abhijit Mishra and asked him to inform about all public interest litigations in other cases including g pay. Also asked to tell about the status of each petition. The next hearing on the petition will be on 14th January, 2021.

Not even following various laws

Mishra, in his plea, has claimed that the G-Pay Aadhaar Act 2016, the Payment and Settlement System Act 2007 and the Banking Regulation Act 1949 are allegedly violating. At the same time, it is getting Aadhaar data. The plea seeks to direct the Unique Identification Authority of India (Uidai) to take action against the G Pay for violation of the rules of Aadhaar law.

Customers’ preferred payment app

Let’s say Google Pay is a system of sending and receiving payments in India. On a large scale, it is the preferred payment system of customers. For this system, you have to give KYC and other information. Google is the third foreign company against which a case of violation of the rules of such regulator has come to notice. On Thursday itself, the government has ordered action against two veteran foreign e-commerce giants Amazon and Flipkart to take action against the Reserve Bank and the Enforcement Directorate (ED).

This action will be taken in case of violation of FDI rules. The government has ordered an enquiry into the demand of the traders ‘ institution cat.