Full Coverage - BlackBerry row
India had raised a red flag over non-availability of method to intercept enterprise mail.
Friday , 10 February '12Govt to peek enter your virtual space by also intercepting Nokia Pushmail, Yahoo, Gmail...
Tuesday , 11 October '11Millions of BlackBerry subscribers faced disruption services, even as the smartphone manufacturer, Research In Motion, assured its customers of resolving the glitch soon.
Wednesday , 18 May '11So far, much of the information sent through telecom and web services has been inaccessible to the government because it involves an encryption and decryption process.
Friday , 11 March '11Government officials said that RIM recently handed over the solution to BlackBerry Enterprise Service but that framework is yet to be certified by the Intelligence Bureau.
Tuesday , 8 March '11The government has fixed March 31 as deadline for all telecom operators to submit plans for interception of their services, including popular BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) of Research in Motion (RIM), by security agencies.
Monday , 7 March '11Telecom operators to submit plans for interception of services, including BlackBerry of RIM.
Friday , 18 February '11Govt is in talks with mobile phone makers on how they can give access to RIM's email service.
Sunday , 13 February '11Govt said telecom operators will have to stop any such services that can not be monitored.
Monday , 31 January '11Govt has demanded access to all BlackBerry services as part of efforts to fight militancy.
Friday , 28 January '11The company said the solution was not unique to them and the issue has to be resolved at industry level.
Thursday , 27 January '11Guarding the confidentiality of its clients, RIM told Indian govt there is no solution available.
Tuesday , 4 January '11Cloud computing is Internet-based service, whereby shared servers provide data on demand.
Monday , 4 October '10The RIM said the ban would be futile as anyone who wanted to misuse encrypted technology would shift to any other numerous and freely available options.
Sunday , 5 September '10Research In Motion has been asked by India to provide technical solution to intercept its enterprise mailing service.
Thursday , 2 September '10India has asked all cos that provide encrypted communications to install servers in the country.
Tuesday , 31 August '10The Home Ministry on Monday gave reprieve to Canada’s Research in Motion (RIM) on providing premium BlackBerry tools but decided ‘in principle’ to bring in other Internet-based services like Google, Skype.
Monday , 30 August '10Apple and Nokia would be among the biggest gainers if India blocks BlackBerry services.
Monday , 30 August '10Meeting will consider a report prepared after talks last week between RIM & Indian agencies.
Saturday , 28 August '10With only four days left for a solution to intercept BlackBerry services, Canada’s Research In Motion on Friday submitted yet another detailed proposal to the home ministry on lawful interception of BlackBerry Enterprise Services.