Demaestro - 5:22 pm on Sep 28, 2010 (gmt 0)
Which if served with an order, I don't see the end of privacy. The same applies to at least land line phones.
That is what they said with phone wiretaps, that they would only be done with a court order, then it came out that they weren't getting court orders so they made a law saying they could do it without court orders and it continues today under the Obama administration.
It's the thin edge of the wedge.
Because Blackberry bent over backwards to comply to the demands in a few other countries and set the precedent.
the US hadn't thought of it before the other countries, they have now and with the precedent set there is not stopping them.
Yes nations such as India, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates..... the USA is in good company on this issue don't you think?!?!