In all fairness, post count has little bearing. What I know about blackberrys I mostly learned from this forum or because of it, and not a few times I've learned from new members with few posts. This is about basic thought process.
The OP begins
Over the past few days I have been researching the security and privacy of my BlackBerry (Bold 9700) with the intention of improving it. ...
but doesn't know what content protection is or any of the stock security features. And when someone points out the questions the OP should answer first, the OP argues and complains. And threatens to put others on ignore.
Still, I would like to know what the OP specifically wants to protect against.
As I think about it, I wonder if the OP's question, inarticulatly asked, is what should the OP be worried about, and how to plug the hole? I could be wrong. And that still leaves the question of whether we are talking about online security, communications security, data security ... What?
Still, it's a curious thing when someone asks an open ended question and the fights anyone who points out the need to define the problem. That's a particular category of member, those that won't take advice on what their questions should really be, and argue with anyone who challenges the premise. Just a funny thing to me.