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Re: Export policy change

>From: Rich Salz <[email protected]>
>Date: Thu, 17 Aug 1995 23:48:01 -0400

>reporter (Dan Charles?) said something like anyone can hold the keys,
>as long as they will be made avail when presented with a court order.
>He also said, US citizens will still be able to use strong crypto
>without key escrow internally.

The real question is whether manufacturers will bother producing multiple
versions -- one domestic, one foreign.

There's room for cypherpunks yet -- not only writing crypto applications
but also generating emergency-access systems (e.g., for PGP) which meet our

 - Carl

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