Is the Blackberry Too Secure for Government Intervention?

Friday, August 06, 2010

Saudi Arabia was supposed to cut off Blackberry service today, but so far there hasn't been a major interruption to service. The governments of the U.A.E and Saudi Arabia are pressuring the company that owns Blackberry to give up proprietary information. Meanwhile, the U.S. state department is also getting involved. The BBC's Middle East business correspondent, Ben Thompson reports from Dubai.


Ben Thompson

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