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BlackBerry quits Pakistan over government surveillance demands

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    BlackBerry has decided not operate in Pakistan after Nov. 30, rather than let the local government intercept communications on its enterprise services, the company said Monday.

    The Pakistani government wanted the ability to monitor all BlackBerry Enterprise Service traffic in the country, including every BES e-mail and BES BBM (BlackBerry Messenger) message, BlackBerry's Chief Operating Officer Marty Beard wrote in a blog post on Monday.

    BlackBerry has been under pressure in many countries including neighboring India to provide access to data on its enterprise services to law enforcement.

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