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Submission + - RIM CEO Storms Out of BBC Interview (ibtimes.com) 1

RedEaredSlider writes: The chief executive of Research In Motion, walked out of an interview with the BBC after a reporter asked him about whether the company had resolved its issues over security with several governments.

BBC technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones asked about "arguments" with the Indian government and various governments in the Middle East. "Is that anywhere near being sorted out?" he asked.

Lazaridis said "That's just not fair," and said the question implied that RIM has a "security problem." "We have no security problem."

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