Union Home secretary GK Pillai will be meeting key officials from National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO), Intelligence Bureau and the Department of Telecom (DoT) today to take the final decision on the issue.
The technical teams have had extensive discussions on possible solution to the government’s demand that Research in Motion (RIM), the Canadian makers of BlackBerry, give full access to its email service.
RIM has already agreed to let the government intercept the BlackBerry messenger services from September 1. It is not clear if RIM officials will be part of the meeting today. Read full story from publisher