Saturday, August 07, 2010

Saudi Arabia, BlackBerry Reach Deal -

Privacy still available from RIM -- at extra cost

The agreement, which would involves placing a BlackBerry server inside Saudi Arabia, would allow the government to monitor users' messages and allay official fears the service could be used for criminal purposes.


RIM says it does offer help to governments, but says its technology does not allow it, or any third party, to read encrypted e-mails sent by corporate BlackBerry users. The consumer version has a lower level of security.

Saudi Arabia, BlackBerry Reach Deal -

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