Blackberry Services in danger

24 Mar

Heres another example of the Government regulator doing what its NOT supposed to do (be a pain in the ass). Apparently they have warned Research In Motion (RIM) the company that provides the Blackberry service (and the operators) to “Put a Security system in place“.

Looks like their main bone of contention is that the service’s mail servers are in Canada. So why do they care where the mail server is? Do they want to spy on us?

So if thats the case, I should stop using Google Mail as well?

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6 Responses to “Blackberry Services in danger”

  1. | Balu | March 24, 2008 at 11:17 am #

    Don’t worry anna.. they won’t implement it! Many govt babus also use blackberry.. If I am not wrong Blr cops too use blackberry devices for printing fines for motorists!

  2. Jammin March 24, 2008 at 12:55 pm #

    Keep in mind, any data that passes between BlackBerry devices and mail servers are encrypted, at least 3DES but mostly AES (256)… So unless the boys at RIM can decipher AES the way we read the daily paper, this is all moot.

    Let’s also keep in mind that once you send an email from the blackberry and it’s securely transmitted to your outgoing mail servers (or RIM’s mail servers), it’s just a regular email and guess what? Regular email is wide open for anyone who wants to read it.d

  3. Veena March 24, 2008 at 3:04 pm #

    Blackberry level ge innu hogilla.. so I don’t know much! 🙂
    I guess the life will be online 24/7 alva?

  4. praneshachar March 25, 2008 at 2:43 am #

    election bantalla swalpa fund collect madi bitbidtare bidi nimma service affect agalla

  5. Vijay March 25, 2008 at 12:13 pm #

    @Balu: Looks like the whole thing started when Tata Indicom applied for a license to run the service…
    @Jammin: That was my understanding.. so I dont understand what these guys are cribbing about…
    @Veena: Its 24/7 even without 🙂 … By the way I am not a Blackberry user
    @Pranesh: innu subscriber alla saar naanu…

  6. Bhel Puri & Seekh Kabab March 26, 2008 at 12:46 am #

    Omg, like you said, truly new levels of inanity even for the babus. Btw, as you may know, not all blackbeerry servers are in Canada. If your company has a Blackberry Internet Server, then it is within the company’s firewall (i.e.) in whichever country.

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