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    BlackBerry Faces Fear of Ban in India... Again

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    First, the Government of India asked Research in Motion (RIM) to provide them access to algorithms required to decrypt BlackBerry messages latest by March 31st, else face a total ban on BlackBerry services in the country -- entirely for security reasons. Then it was learnt that India is not considering banning the service at that point in time. Once again the issue seems to have surfaced with the Government issuing strict warning to all telcos to put in place necessary security systems within 15 days, else stop BlackBerry services.

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    And we complain of invasion of privacy in America...

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    that is just insanity
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    im sorry.... im not updated regarding this issue... why do they want to ban BB in India again??
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    follow the above link. Privacy/security issues.

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    and this is why everyday we are all lucky to be able to have our bbs and not have the government monitor them.
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    I would rather Be FREE then "safe"
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    Quote Originally Posted by pda.teck View Post
    I would rather Be FREE then "safe"
    And as with this case, there is safety in being free.

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    Well I'm never traveling there now...not that I felt much need to go there in the first place, but It really is sad to see a blatant paranoia from a government on this magnitude...
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    i think its fair with the amount of terrorist problems in India security is No1

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    The classic trading feedoms and privacy for so called security from the government.

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