BlackBerry has said that it will continue to operate in Pakistan, after discussions led to the government dropping its demands for "unfettered access" to the company's email and messaging servers.
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BlackBerry says it has "no choice but to exit [Pakistan] entirely" after the government demanded "unfettered access" to its servers, to allow it to read every email and BBM message sent there.
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