Sunday, December 11, 2011

Indonesian government will stop the BlackBerry Messenger

The Indonesian government has threatened to dismiss the Blackberry Messenger service. This is because of Research In Motion (RIM) prefer to build a server in Singapore than in Indonesia. This makes the BlackBerry just like any other phone. Last September, RIM makes a commitment by government to carry out 4 pieces of the agreement before 31 December. One agreement is the establishment of a server or data center. Urging the government is mainly for security reasons. Since all data exchange occurs in the RIM servers in Canada, so that the Indonesian government is not possible to monitor the data exchange. Indonesia is also the most BlackBerry users in Southeast Asia.



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