Though RIM has not confirmed it, reports from Indonesia say that the Canadian wireless giant has agreed to install a server for this purpose in Indonesia.
RIM said it is "fully committed to working with Indonesia's carriers to put in place a prompt, compliant filtering solution for Blackberry subscribers in Indonesia as soon as possible.''
Indonesia currently has about three million BlackBerry users and generates about $250 million for RIM. Indonesia was among many countries, including India, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, which last year demanded access to RIM encrypted data for security reasons.
On this positive news from Indonesia, shares of RIM rose 1.5% to $62.69 on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) on Tuesday.