The matter was discussed with the home ministry and other security agencies, and the method has been finalised.' In order to access BES, the government agencies have to tap into service providers that store emails in decrypted (readable) format before they are encrypted and pushed to the recipient's device.
The government believes BES is not of very high importance to intelligence and security agencies, but has asked service providers to share a list of all servers (approximately 5,000 in India).
In fact, we are glad that the Black Berry issue has been resolved.
The agency will then send a request to a service provider to access the data of the number.
This will be followed by the operator connecting to the agency's channel and divulging the user's communication details.
Most private companies such as Vodafone, Airtel, Reliance and Tata Teleservices as well as public sector enterprises MTNL and BSNL provide Black Berry services which have gained popularity among high-end users.
An official with service provider Idea Cellular said: 'There was no problem from the operator's end.
The Labour leader grinned from ear to ear as he blew kisses to the delirious crowd at the party’s conference in Brighton.
They sung his name as he declared Labour was "on the threshold of power.”And to noisy chanting - which wouldn't have been out of place at a rally in Pyongyang - he added: “In June we saw the largest increase in the Labour vote since 1945.”At the election Labour won 262 seats to the Conservative Party’s 318.
Their messenger service can be lawfully tapped citing security concerns.
Indian security agencies confirmed to Mail Today on Friday that the process to access the BBM service, which operates with the highly protected 256-bit encrypted data, is underway and would be up and running soon.
"Labour will deliver a Britain for the many, not the few."1.39pm: He references the theory general elections can only be won from the centre.