(FILES) This file photo taken on April 16, 2013 shows the Blackberry Z10 smartphone using Blackberry 10 operating system in Washington, DC. AFP / SAUL LOEB
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BlackBerry appeared Monday to acknowledge it helped Canadian federal police crack a Montreal crime syndicate that had been using its messaging system, while insisting its smartphone security remains impenetrable.Vice news and its sister publication Motherboard last week reported that BlackBerry may have helped Canadian federal police eavesdrop on BlackBerry so-called PIN-to-PIN messages sent between members of a suspected criminal organization in Montreal.It was revealed that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) had obtained BlackBerry's global cryptographic key, allowing the agency to read all messages sent between BlackBerry smartphones.
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