Is BlackBerry TOO Secure for it’s own good?


A Former NSA attorney seems to think so.
This morning I read this jaw dropping perspective in amazement.

What desperate lengths to destroy BlackBerry are they going to now?
They, meaning “them”. As a paranoid conspiracy theorist, I believe there is a behind the scenes super secret organization composed of the Worlds’ most powerful and well financed governments and corporations to destroy BlackBerry. Why? It’s too secure.

Governments want to spy on you to control you. Certain corporations want to spy on you to sell you.

Who? Google, Apple, FaceBook, the NSA, CrackBerry, N4BB, Berryflow I believe are all participating and bought and paid for by this syndicate.

More and more evidence pops up every day, beginning with the Edward Snowden affair and then finding out about the cooperation between the US government and Google and payoffs such as discounted jet fuel for Google’s corporate fleet.

Today we find a former NSA attorney who is trying to feed us the theory that BlackBerry’s decline was due to the fact that nobody can crack it’s security, even governments.

Yes that’s right, read it here:
BlackBerry Ltd Declined Due To Its Encryption: Former NSA Attorney

His testimony proves that what we know is true, that fact which there have been so many desperate attempts to debunk by those in the tech media. BlackBerry’s security is top notch and can’t be cracked.


BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) (TSE:BB) lost market share in the last few years because of its secure products that could not be cracked, said a former top lawyer to the NSA, who was speaking to audience in Ireland this week. Stewart Baker served as the NSA general counsel from 1992 to 1994.

Although companies such as Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) are making efforts to make their phones more secure, Baker turned the tables by saying that BlackBerry lost a lot of market share because of its high security.

He says that by encrypting user data, Blackberry limited its business in countries that demand oversight of communication data, such as India, China, Russia and others.

Baker goes on to WARN companies like Apple and Google not to sell stuff that is too secure.

Baker also warned other companies to reconsider before offering any high-security devices to consumers. Baker told the Guardian, “BlackBerry pioneered the same business model that Google and Apple are doing now.” He added that the strategy did not work well for Blackberry after few years, and by doing so the company curtailed its own ability to sell.

Yes, there are people in high powerful places that think this way. Lots of them. They already think they own you. Be forewarned. Buy BlackBerry if you value freedom. Unless you like being a subject, a commodity, and you like being watched and controlled of course. Is using the world’s most secure platform, uncrackable even by the NSA, a problem for you? Should you give up your privacy so that your every move can be monitored to “PREVENT TERRORISM”? Are you a bad citizen for using BlackBerry? Or are the terrorists the bad citizens? YOU decide.



I am a long time BlackBerry user and fan. Beginning with the 7520, I have recognized the value of subtle productivity enhancements in BlackBerry devices for business communication and have never since strayed. Even when the iPhone took the market by storm, I was unimpressed, because it did nothing to help my business needs. Currently enjoying my one handed dream phone, the Classic! BB10 with a toolbelt! Today I contribute to UTB whenever I feel that I can help enlighten someone on the benefits of using BlackBerry over any other platform.