by The Canadian Press WATERLOO, Ont.—The head of BlackBerry says tech companies have a duty to be good corporate citizens who co-operate with reasonable lawful requests from the police. The comments were in response to a story last week by ... Canadian Manufacturing, 1 month ago
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The tech company says it recognizes the balance between doing what's right and preventing government from invading citizens' privacy EAVESDROPPING? A sign outside the Blackberry campus in Kanata, Ottawa, Canada, September 24, 2013. File photo ...Rappler, 1 month ago BlackBerry CEO addresses story that Canadian police have its global encryption key Yahoo! News, 1 month ago BlackBerry Comments on Canadian Police Eavesdropping Report Slashdot, 1 month ago BlackBerry's John Chen explains why he helped Canada's cops hack one of its phones SiliconANGLE, 1 month ago
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Tech firms should comply with reasonable lawful access requests from governments, said BlackBerry CEO John Chen. Following the major debate about whether Apple should allow the FBI to have a back door into iPhones , BlackBerry is involved in a ...Mobile Money Live, 1 month ago As CEO John Chen wades into the privacy debate, do BlackBerry and Apple really differ that much on privacy, government & security? Computer Business Review, 1 month ago BlackBerry CEO: tech companies should help government with reasonable data requests The Verge, 1 month ago BlackBerry CEO Says Tech Companies Should 'Comply With Reasonable Lawful Requests' Tech Times, 1 month ago
The mobile industry has reached an inflection point. The value of providing employees with greater productivity must be balanced against threats such as data leakage, lost and stolen devices, and unsafe user practices. As employee-owned devices ...4 Traders, 1 month ago
Following the Marshmallow update, BlackBerry has released improvements for a few of the features of BlackBerry Priv such as camera and keyboard. You should receive notification when they become available for download. BlackBerry also promised to ...International Business Times UK, 1 day ago BlackBerry Priv receives camera and keyboard improvements, maintenance update coming June 6 MobileSyrup.com, 3 days ago BlackBerry Makes Improvements to Priv's Camera and Keyboard Phone Scoop, 4 days ago BLACKBERRY : More Camera and Keyboard Improvements Coming to PRIV 4 Traders, 4 days ago
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Following a barrage of reports of how the Canadian police had access to BlackBerry Ltd's ( NASDAQ:BBRY ) encrypted messages, CEO John Chen has spoken out about the issue. Mr. Chen discussed on Monday how tech companies should have to comply with ...Bidness Etc, 1 month ago Nothing to Worry About: BlackBerry is Still Committed to Privacy Bidness Etc, 1 month ago
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