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Security agencies to help settle BlackBerry controversy in India
Tata Teleservice's statement: "What you are trying to create is a police state, you want to monitor every mail which emanates out of a server which is not in India. With that logic, all email services should be closed down".
Canadian communications major Research In Motion (RIM), owners of the BlackBerry brand of mobile phones, has assured the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) that it would sort out the BlackBerry tangle by initiating discussions between security agencies of Canada and India.
The move comes in response to a government notice directing BlackBerry service providers to stop services by December 31, 2007. The ministry had cited security concerns as it could not monitor the content as RIM's servers were located in Canada and other locations abroad.
That would never fly in the US.... not to bash India....but man....
it's always greener with the other carrier...
^^^you never know man...in the past two years congress has been pushing alot of things that are anti-american and anti-business
It already has. Our government is just (slightly) more subtle about it. The FBI has been monitoring our e-mails for quite some time, since Pre-911.Google the LANTERN program. That's just one we know about. They also seem to be pretty good at creating and spreading custom computer viruses. Fact is often stranger than fiction.
Originally Posted by chatster18
Has anyone read the Patriot act as it relates to corporate email systems?
Last edited by Sirthinks; 03-10-2008 at 01:52 AM.
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