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RIM allows Indian government to monitor Blackberry network
by Nilay Patel, posted May 22nd 2008 at 2:28PM

Well, it took longer than 15 days to reach a resolution, but apparently RIM is going to back down and allow the Indian government to monitor the Blackberry network in that country. What's worse, it appears that RIM was more interested in covering its own ass than protecting user data during the negotiations: the only concession the company received from the Indian government was a promise that it won't be held liable if there's a leak of users' personal information.

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RIM allows Indian government to monitor Blackberry network - Engadget
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