India and BlackBerry close to solution on country's desire to eavesdrop on coded messages
0. phoneArena 08 Aug 2012, 23:57 posted on
For a few years, the Indian government had sought encrypton codes from RIM so that it could monitor encrypted messages from BES; the government is worried that its enemies could be sending coded messages that are for a planned uprising...
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1. IamYourFather6657 (Posts: 321; Member since: 01 Jul 2012)
Dont they know something exist in the world called privacy
2. plgladio (Posts: 313; Member since: 05 Dec 2011)
There is but when it comes to the security of a country what to say, you have to undergo such things.
3. eisenbricher (Posts: 971; Member since: 09 Aug 2012)
India has a lot to do with terrorism, in many cases terrorists were found to be using such 'private and secure' networks for communication.
Also it's not like the government is spying on someone's privacy. If you're not terrorist, you needn't worry about all the s**t.
5. plgladio (Posts: 313; Member since: 05 Dec 2011)
When you mail or message from your BB device that is encrypted and sent, so no one can see what is the message you are delivering. To avoid terrorist activity, India and Indonesia government asked RIM to give access to their servers so that government can view suspecious data. But RIM not ready to give the decryption code, now Indian telcom people found the decryption code. Hope this helps you.