Indian governments long stand off against Blackberry services over the encryption of their messages might have found some way out.Indian Government said that they have found a way to monitor corporate emails without getting RIM to be involved in this.R. Chandrashekhar, the top bureaucrat in India’s telecommunication ministry, said the government now believes it can monitor BlackBerry emails without decrypting messages.
India has been in discussions with RIM over how to monitor email and now believes it has found a way by which “law enforcement agencies will get what they need,” Mr. Chandrashekhar said in an interview. “The issue is heading towards a resolution and I think necessary action is being taken in consultation and with the cooperation with all the agencies concerned,” he said.
RIM said it “truly has no ability to provide its customers’ encryption keys.” The statement continued: “RIM maintains a consistent global standard for lawful access requirements that does not include special deals for specific countries.”
RIM is having a hard time in India where its market share is very less but they see in future a big boom.Blackberry has lost most of its users to Apple and Samsung.