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Post by ĽĭÓń ĤéĂѓŦ on Tue Jan 17, 2012 4:44 pm

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TORONTO: Blackberry maker, Research in Motion (RIM), has refused to release data related to 'memogate' scandal, Geo News reported.

According to details, Canada-based phone manufacturer has said that their privacy laws strictly prohibit disclosure of a customer’s data to any other party without the consent of the concerned parties, thus Pakistan cannot have it.

In other words only Mansoor Ijaz'z go-ahead is only half of what RIM requires, without Husain Haqqani's permission RIM will not release the Blackberry chat history saved in their servers.

Company also revealed that they have launched this response after receiving a sealed letter from the Attorney General of Pakistan.

Sources privy to the matter also said that it was not a 'final decision', adding the company was still in the process of deliberations over the issue.
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Proud of RIM! Privacy of customers is always a first priority!
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