Says it cannot decode emails
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) has declined any possibility of providing the Indian government access to corporate emails on its BlackBerry devices.
In its fight with militancy and security threats over the Internet and through telephone communications, India has demanded access to all BlackBerry services.
RIM vice president Robert Crow said there was no probability of the company providing any solution to the problem.
Crow said, "There is no solution, there are no keys to be handed."
RIM has been facing demands for access to its encrypted data from several countries concerned about security and pornography.
The company has said it cannot decode emails.
Earlier this month, RIM gave India access to its Messenger service.
Crow said of the access to its Messenger service, "We are confident that it meets the requirements."