BlackBerry Now leaving Pakistan
Now official, BlackBerry approved a resolution for them to end business deal with Pakistan, in response to national government’s strict demand to monitor every user data on their company.
BlackBerry has been known for its top notch service on user security and superb privacy, and the company will still remain as what it serves to be on top.
Last July of 2015, the Telecommunications Authority in Pakistan said that it would board up BlackBerry’s Enterprise Services that was known BES, and just by December 1, the issue was now on focused on BlackBerry’s super strengthened encryption of its emails, the BBM messages and data from users which prevented government authorities in Pakistan and all over the world from gaining access to all the information that they want for national security.
BlackBerry always kept silent about the issue all the time, and now as the company launched its first Android based device, they also confirmed the closing deal with the country with an estimated population of around 180 million people, this happens after the company refused to grant Pakistan authorities access to the BBM systems.
BlackBerry approved they are now ending business with Pakistan in response to national government’s demand for them to monitor all of its user data.
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