Rest easy, boys and girls – India will not be passing a blanket ban on BlackBerry use in their country anytime soon, according to its internal security chief. This is also good news for RIM as they will certainly want a slice of the pie in the world’s fastest growing cell phone market. Despite Internal Security Chief U.K. Bansal reporting that national security concerns have been raised with RIM over the data services, a solution is bound to be on the way in due time. We’re interested to know just what kind of compromise RIM will come up with in order to continue selling their smartphones in India.
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