India Threatens BlackBerry Sales – BlackBerry grow dimmer in Asia, especially in India. The Indian government asked for access to intercepting messages sent and received on the BlackBerry platform customers.
Government of India has published most of the leaked government documents related to the demands of the officials on the BlackBerry to provide access to the Indian government for accessing business emails sent through Blackberry Enterprise Server.
India Threatens BlackBerry Sales
This will end the dispute between the two parties that have recently occurred. Earlier in 2010, India threatened to ban Blackberry use, and say the secret service needs to access the messages of suspects and have the key to decrypt-password in order to prevent terrorist attacks. Given access to BlackBerry emails, and pretty much a business account and potentially dangerous in the defense and security of the country.
Blackberry has always argue by saying do not have a “key” or “back door” that allows companies encrypted information sent by the server can be accessed by the authorities. Times of India said the government now seems to be complacent after being told by Blackberry which companies are using the services of the Canadian company.
Lawful access capability now available for Blackberry partners as required by the government of India for all consumer messaging services in the Indian market. BlackBerry also confirms that this access does not include the Blackberry Enterprise Server. And it continues to strive to build a good relationship with the government of India, so as not to block threats BlackBerry sales really materialized.