BlackBerry says no 'master key' to access encrypted data
As India's deadline of Aug 31 over access to its ultra-encrypted messenger and email services approaches, BlackBerry maker Research In Motion said it has no "master key" or "back door" to accommodate requests for access to encrypted data.
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