“The development comes at a time when the government has given Research In Motion, the makers of BlackBerry, time until August 31 to resolve the issue and allow interception of all types communications on the device and has said it would ban the services if the Canadian company failed to meet the deadline”, says the Economic Times.
Google and Skype “have considerable presence in the country”, it says, stating:
“According to sources, DoT may now ask Google and Skype to give access to their networks as the data travelling through them is not accessible by the security agencies in the country.”
… and identi.ca
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