Hamadoun Toure, chief of the U.N.'s telecommunication agency talks to
Associated Press in London, Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2010. The chief of the
U.N.'s telecommunications agency urged the Canadian manufacturer of the
BlackBerry to allow law enforcement agencies access to customer data,
saying that governments all over the world had legitimate security
concerns which should not be ignored.
All governments engaged in the fight against terrorism had the right to
demand access to users' information from the maker of the BlackBerry....
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