Can we just stop. . .
I just hope RIM will stand it's ground. . .
This is no longer funny, at first it all looks like yet another dumb request with lack of understanding. RIM answers with reason and puts their BES servers into the country, n.p. if that's what you want then by all means here's your own BES but we won't unlock it.
Now a few months later they realize that if someone has his own BES server or connects to a different BES server then RIM's that they can't control that traffic. (all SSL traffic kinda works that way huh O_o) So now the demand changed to, open your encryption, give us the master key naaaaauuuuwwwww. . .
This is getting out of hand. . . Compromising security means they can listen all over the world, not just India and I bet information like that will become commonly known amongst certain circles breaking the entire security model.
I repeat, I just hope RIM will stand it's ground!!!!!!