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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

BlackBerry Messenger blocked by the British Parliament

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ShotBloger: BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) is being made headlines in Britain because it is used to organize the destruction of the rioters. A member of parliament is asking the service blocked fuel used in Queen Elizabeth's Affairs.

David Lammy, MP from Tottenham, an area where the London riots began assessing the fuel has been misused by the rioters. Moreover, the service is encrypted through RIM's servers so difficult to access if the police want to investigate.

This (oil-red) is one of the reasons why crime could outsmart the police. Fuel is different because the service is encrypted and the police can not access it, said Lammy was quoted by Reuters on Wednesday August 10, 2011.

Riots in the London UK are quite severe, in which shops were looted and buildings were burned. Riots even extend to the city of Birmingham and Liverpool. Well, fuel rated facilitates the rioters to perform the action bars.

Research in Motion (RIM) BlackBerry true as the producer is willing to work to help British police investigate the riots in London. But they refused to explain in what form such aid is given.

The proposal to close the service in the UK fuel is received varied responses. On the one hand, blocking the fuel is considered risky because the service is popular in the UK and has a fairly broad mass base. Moreover, enough people need it, such as businesspeople.

There is the option to turn it off. But the popular fuel and has a large mass base in the UK, said Geoff Blaber, analyst at CCS Insight. Globally, the fuel currently used by 45 million active users.

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