WASHINGTON - Broad new regulations being drafted by the Obama administration would make it easier for law enforcement and national security officials to eavesdrop on Internet and e-mail communications like social networking Web sites and BlackBerries, The New York Times reported Monday.
WASHINGTON - The Homeland Security Department is wasting time and money on its current plan to develop technology to detect nuclear material at the nation's borders, two senators said Wednesday.
MUMBAI, India - India said it withdrew a threat Monday to ban BlackBerry services for at least two more months after the device's maker, Research In Motion Ltd., agreed to give security officials "lawful access" to encrypted data.
MUMBAI, India - Indian authorities are scheduled to meet Monday evening to decide whether to ban some BlackBerry services in India, one day ahead of a government-imposed deadline for the device's maker Research In Motion Ltd.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - The UAE said Sunday it will block key features on BlackBerry smart phones, citing national security concerns because the devices operate beyond the government's ability to monitor their use.
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- UAE says BlackBerry is potential security threat
- UAE says BlackBerry is security threat
- UAE: BlackBerry phones could threaten security
- UAE cites BlackBerry national security concerns
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- Senate stalls cyber commander to probe digital war
- Report: China-based hackers stole India secrets
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- Plug being pulled on decades-old navigation system
- White House picks new cyber coordinator
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- Homeland Security revamps Web site
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