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Oh.. Yes brother, definitely.
Posted: 04-07-2012 @ 15:33:41
If its use for legal work then it legal, othewise......?
Posted: 27-04-2012 @ 08:18:07
Yes it is Legal Copyright © 2012 Research In Motion Limited, unless otherwise noted.
Posted: 17-03-2012 @ 16:43:27
it is legal in india now a dayss, bt before 3 year due 2 some terrorist use of mobile for spam of setting bombs it was declared illegal
Posted: 06-08-2011 @ 19:44:19
Yes, blackberry is legal in india...
Posted: 04-08-2011 @ 17:45:58
using blackberry phones is legal in india. although it has problem of not been decrypted that can be a matter of concern , else its good.
Posted: 02-08-2011 @ 17:41:15
Yes! the blackberry phone using in india is legal.
Posted: 01-08-2011 @ 19:10:15
Yes, blackberry is legal in india........
Posted: 31-07-2011 @ 20:42:41
yes.. its legal
Posted: 30-07-2011 @ 15:33:52
The thing is that using satellite phones without the Government's permission is illegal in India. The use of Blackberry is not. The security agencies are concerned about terrorists communicating on mail by using a Blackberry which the Government agencies cannot decrypt.
Posted: 30-07-2011 @ 15:15:29
Using A Blackberry mobile phone is completely legal in India. Its only the Indian government that wants RIM(Research in Motion), the makers of blackberry phones, to provide some mechanism by which the indian security agencies can track and decrypt the information exchange between blackberry phones via their email and messanger services. this mechanism is currently unavailable and government fears that terrorists can use this to their advantage.
Posted: 30-07-2011 @ 14:40:09
Using A Blackberry mobile phone is completely legal in India. Its only the Indian government that wants RIM(Research in Motion), the makers of blackberry phones, to provide some mechanism by which the indian security agencies can track and decrypt the information exchange between blackberry phones via their email and messanger services. this mechanism is currently unavailable and government fears that terrorists can use this to their advantage.
Posted: 30-07-2011 @ 14:39:57
yes using blackberry phone is legal in india no issues with that ,well majority of the cellular service provide service to blackberry .
Posted: 30-07-2011 @ 13:13:44
ya....... why not blackberry is first mobile which is prefered officials
Posted: 30-07-2011 @ 10:56:53
Indian authorities have asked RIM to provide means to access the encrypted data for calls to, from, or within India, following concerns that it could be used by terrorist and rebel groups to carry out attacks on India. In the November 2008 Mumbai attacks, terrorists used mobile and satellite phone technologies after which security agencies and the Indian government have become more strict and alert towards communication within the country. BlackBerry has indicated willingness to set up a server in India by October, 2010 and giving the country limited access to its encryption technology. However, this will only apply to personal devices which route via RIM's infrastructure: organisations providing their own BlackBerry Enterprise Server will continue to have encrypted message flow, to which even RIM themselves will not have access. On January 31, 2011 India refused a limited access offer and demanded full access.
Posted: 29-07-2011 @ 23:52:25
Yes,blackberry phone is legal in India,There are around one million BlackBerry subscribers in India. According to the licensing conditions, service providers are liable to put in a mechanism allowing security agencies to intercept any conversation or message of any subscriber whenever required. Blackberry has now asked the Indian government to issue a directive to the operators to connect to its new automated service that would allow such interceptions. However, this arrangement does not extend to the enterprise Virtual Private Network (VPN) solution, provided through the Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES) product.
Posted: 29-07-2011 @ 20:10:10
There are around one million BlackBerry subscribers in India. According to the licensing conditions, service providers are liable to put in a mechanism allowing security agencies to intercept any conversation or message of any subscriber whenever required. Blackberry has now asked the Indian government to issue a directive to the operators to connect to its new automated service that would allow such interceptions. However, this arrangement does not extend to the enterprise Virtual Private Network (VPN) solution, provided through the Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES) product.
Posted: 29-07-2011 @ 20:08:10