- Data Likely to be shared with govt agencies:
- IP address of the Blackberry Enterprise Server
- Personal Identification Number (PIN)
- International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) of any Blackberry device which the security agencies may want to track.
- Indian govt can intercept web browsing facilities on BlackBerry handsets
- Can track e-mail attachments on a real-time basis and enabling them to know whether the messages exchanged on the popular BlackBerry chat, BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) had been ‘delivered’ and ‘read’.
It is a correct step taken by Blackberry as with the rise of terrorism it makes sense to share the data with nation security agencies. People might say that such an action on part of the govt is not correct but for that India has still to go a long way as we have people from varying caste, creed, religion and have different aspirations and thus difference of opinion will be always be prevalent in a vast country like ours.