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|28th July 2010, 23:59||#1|
BlackBerrys pose 'security risk' say UAE authorities
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has said that it could move to restrict or monitor BlackBerry mobile phones, as they pose a "national security risk".
The region's telecoms regulator said "BlackBerry operates beyond the jurisdiction of national legislation" as it stores its data offshore.
|29th July 2010, 18:17||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2009
lol. So because RIMs "secure networks" are so secure the UAE government cant monitor it, they are now "national security risks"? I dont see the logic in that..
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