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 February 21, 2012  Business, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Phil Muncaster reports:

Research In Motion is finally set to offer the Indian authorities a permanent system for access to its consumer-focused messaging services with the installation of new Mumbai-based servers.

The Times of India was given a government briefing on the matter. It claimed that the servers have been inspected by government officials and that permission would shortly be granted by the BlackBerry maker for lawful interception of messages if the intelligence agencies there suspect terrorist or other serious illegal activity is being conducted via the platform.

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