Friday, August 13, 2010

India jumps on the Blackberry monitoring wagon

Maybe they just don't like Blackberry users.

"I am optimistic," Robert E. Crow, RIM's vice president for industry, government and university relations, told reporters after meeting officials of the Ministry of Home Affairs, which looks after the country's internal security. He declined to elaborate.
The meeting comes a day after India threatened to ban RIM's BlackBerry corporate email and messenger services unless the company and local telecommunications companies find a solution by Aug. 31 to allow security agencies to monitor them.


Anonymous said...

So much for their "competitive advantage"

If they've given the Saudis access why not everyone.

This non-sense about "talking" with government officials reiterates the market sell on the company.

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