RIM denies DoT master key access

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IndiaJust when you think things are getting better over there, the BlackBerry troubles in India just flare right up again. Last time we checked in, the government had agreed with RIM to split up access keys so neither party had universal access to BlackBerry data – now it sounds like the Department of Telecom was sniffing for a master key to access all data, a request which RIM promptly shot down. The opportunity to set up servers abroad remains unresolved, but is still a solution with lots of potential for other Asian markets in the neighbourhood, after all, wouldn’t it improve service speeds and reduce congestion at RIM’s servers in Waterloo?

  • http://www.notesberry.org/ Bill

    I’m guessing that region would go back to the London NOC, right?

    —* Bill

  • http://www.notesberry.org/ Bill

    I’m guessing that region would go back to the London NOC, right?

    —* Bill

  • http://www.notesberry.org Bill

    I’m guessing that region would go back to the London NOC, right?

    —* Bill