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Re: Fixing pgp 2.6

>   I think we can expect strong legal pressure from RSA to
> shut down the remaining U.S. key servers, even those
> which don't use illegal versions of PGP.  They succeeded
> once in shutting down the key servers which used PGP; they
> will succeed again in shutting down the others due to the
> contributory infringement threat.

ViaCrypt PGP 2.4 is perfectly legal in the U.S.  U.S. operators can run  
key servers that except only version 2.4 and higher keys.  I don't think  
RSA has a legal leg to stand on the U.S. key servers reject all keys with  
a version number less than 2.4. <wink> <nudge>

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