After BlackBerry, Nokia's mail service faces security test in India

28 Jul

Nokia’s e-mail service, Ovi Mail, has not even shed its beta tag and it is already attracting attention from India’s security agencies, according to a report in The Economic Times. According to the report, the Intelligence Bureau has written to the Department of Telecommunications that it is against the continuation of Nokia’s e-mail service.



Security agencies have earlier raised similar concerns regarding Research In Motion’s BlackBerry service and had given them a 15-day deadline to ensure that data passing through its network is provided to security agencies in a readable format.



via The Economic Times

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