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A woman uses her BlackBerry at the Emirates terminal in Dubai International Airport, United Arab Emirates, Tuesday Aug. 17, 2010.  Dubai, one of the world's busiest layover stops for long-haul international passengers has given the Canadian company until October to comply with its laws or face bans on e-mails, messaging and Web services. Neighboring Saudi Arabia has threatened to block the devices' popular BlackBerry Messenger service. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili)
Photo by: Kamran Jebreili
A woman uses her BlackBerry at the Emirates terminal in Dubai International Airport, United Arab Emirates, Tuesday Aug. 17, 2010. Dubai, one of the world's busiest layover stops for long-haul international passengers has given the Canadian company until October to comply with its laws or face bans on e-mails, messaging and Web services. Neighboring Saudi Arabia has threatened to block the devices' popular BlackBerry Messenger service. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili)

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