Blackberry escapes threat of UAE ban
The United Arab Emirates has said it will not go ahead with plans to ban Blackberry services, following talks with maker Research in Motion.
It had threatened to suspend all services from 11 October.
The UAE Telecommunications Regulatory Authority confirmed that it is satisfied services on the devices are now compliant with its security needs.
It had said Blackberries posed a risk because the network was encrypted and data stored abroad.
Katy Watson reports.
08 Oct 2010
- From the section Technology