RIM to users: Data are secure despite UAE's threats

On the eve of its expected introduction of a touch-screen smartphone, Research in Motion on Monday sought to reassure its customers that their encrypted data remained secure as investors worried that other countries might follow the United Arab Emirates' lead in a planned ban of BlackBerry data services beginning in October. The government claimed RIM's secure systems -- a critical element of its popularity with businesses -- could protect criminals and protesters.

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