Phone-maker Blackberry is to stop operating in Pakistan at the end of 2015 because of government requests to monitor customer data.
The Pakistani government wanted to be able to monitor every message and email sent via its phones, it said.
In a blogpost, it said it had decided to “exit the market altogether” over the row.
It said Pakistan’s demand was not to do with public safety but a request for “unfettered access”.
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