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Topic - Telecommunications Regulatory Authority
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Bahrain (TRA) is a Bahrain governmental institution. - Source: Wikipedia
The United Arab Emirates on Friday backed off a threat to cut key BlackBerry services, just days before a planned ban that could have harmed the country's business-friendly reputation.
Planning to take your faithful BlackBerry along on a trip to the United Arab Emirates? Think again.
The United Arab Emirates said Sunday it plans to block some messaging and Web services on BlackBerry smart phones, days after it warned the device could pose a potential threat to national security and social values.
The United Arab Emirates' telecommunition watchdog says BlackBerry smartphones are a potential threat to the country's national security and it is seeking changes in how the devices operate.