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Acer Launches Mobile Broadband-Enabled Netbook in India


13/08/2010

Research In Motion, maker of the popular BlackBerry device, has released a statement saying that it cannot allow the Indian government to monitor the communications of its enterprise customers.

India is one of several countries that has demanded greater access to highly-encrypted BlackBerry traffic, citing national security and counter-terrorism concerns.

RIM has made some concessions with regard to consumer BlackBerry traffic, allowing foreign carriers to access communications in the “context of lawful access and national security requirements as governed by the country’s judicial oversight and rules of law.”

The company says it has “no ability” to provide enterprise-level encryption keys, however, noting that “strong encryption is a fundamental commercial requirement for any country to attract and maintain international business.”

Research In Motion “genuinely tries to be as cooperative as possible with governments in the spirit of supporting legal and national security requirements, while also preserving the lawful needs of citizens and corporations,” the company said in its statement.

It remains to be seen whether India will act on threats to ban RIM’s corporate email and BlackBerry Messenger services at the end of this month if its demands are not met.



 

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