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BlackBerry

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Transcript of BlackBerry

The BlackBerry
Controversy

China
Strong Encryption


United States
"It's just one tool among a number of tools that I'm trying to use, to break out of the bubble, to make sure that people can still reach me."
BlackBerry
in International Markets

India
India threatened to ban BlackBerry if RIM did not let the Indian Government to access BlackBerry Enterprise Servers (BES).


England
About RIM
RIM's Remedial
Measures

Road Ahead
Research in Motin(RIM)
UAE
United Arab Emirates
Saudi Arabia
Kuwait
Algeria
"We are looking at the issue. If we
find
out that it is a
danger
for our
economy
and our
security
, we will
stop
it."
Indonesia
In August 1, 2010, UAE announced that they would ban BlackBerry services.




Saudi Arabia banned BlackBerry Messenger from August 6, 2010.

Kuwait concerned about
moral
and
security.

Kuwait asked RIM to block access to pornographic sites.

Canada
Free to access
whatever they want.

Middle East
Pornography is Crime!!

The first BlackBerry smartphone in 2002
Smartphone market took off all over the world in 2005
46 million subscribers by mid 2010
RIM's revenue grew at 84%, from US$6 billion in 2008 to US$11 billion
What was the selling point?
RIM's 0verseas Revenue Distribution
in thousands of US dollars
UAE
The UAE had 500,000 BlackBerry subscribers.

In October 11, 2010, RIM announced that UAE's Telecommunications regulatory Authority(TRA) would access BlackBerry services
.
Saudi Arabia
RIM's biggest Middle East market with 700,000 users.

in September 1, 2010, BlackBerry allowed Saudi Arabia to limited access to BlackBerry instant messages.
military operations
compromise law enforcement
VS
limit
why?

VS
Company

Government
WHY?


VS

However
Middle East
India
Algeria
Indonesia
China
Strong Encryption
Blackerry controversy centered only in
Asia and The Middle East?
700,000 users
500,000 users
"It's not about a Canadian company ...








in the 21st country."

main selling point
major hurdle
various capability
&
beyond the reach of governments
In 2010
US
Russia
India
India is the world's second-largest mobile market with one million BlackBerry users.
Deal
Western countries
Middle Eastern countries
Dilemma
RIM
2008 Mumbai Terror
low standards of human rights, freedom of expression
try to gain access to customer's data
in the name of national security!!!
"terrorism existed even before the advent of BlackBerry."
"terrorists had other ways to carry their stealthy communication."
-Human rights organization
-US
commercial gains
customer's privacy
MNCs distress & stance
Democracy
Human Rights
Freedom of Information
want to filter
indecent material accessible
On August 29, 2010, RIM was able to avert a ban by getting a 60-day reprieve from government.
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