1. CrackBerry News's Avatar

    In what I'm sure will come as a surprise to no one, John Chen has now spoken out against UK Prime Minister David Cameron's comments supporting the banning of encrypted messaging apps which could include BBM, WhatsApp, and Snapchat, among others. Heading to LinkedIn to share his thoughts, the BlackBerry CEO laid out details that highlight how privacy and national security can be balanced. Hint: It's not by banning encrypted communications services because, in the grand scheme of it all, that would just make things easier for hackers.

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    01-21-15 12:51 PM
  2. anon(2313227)'s Avatar
    Encryption is everything to BlackBerry. Of course JC would not like that stance.
    01-21-15 01:05 PM
  3. paulwallace1234's Avatar
    Not many people over here are a fan of our PM, but that's another story
    01-21-15 01:07 PM
  4. deptech's Avatar
    This big brother mentality is not the answer to this problem.
    01-21-15 01:11 PM
  5. aragone79's Avatar
    When PM personal chat spreaded in internet, he will notice that encrypted messaging is a must. We absolutely don't know how a hacker hijack our phone. Does he realize that?
    01-23-15 10:15 AM

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