The BlackBerry saga is expected to come to an end. The Canadian firm has agreed to share the decryption key with the DoT giving them the access to user’s confidential data. However, the condition put by RIM is that DoT should take full responsibility in case of user’s data get leaked.
We can say that RIM has smartly hit two birds with one stone. Firstly, they will continue to sell their services and secondly if in case any discrepancy happens, they will not be liable. This does not seem a good move clearly jeopardizing user’s privacy.
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