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Re: CJR returned to sender

> * "RSA in Perl," even in machine-readable form. I would not block export of
> it, as it is not a "usable system" (no key management, unwieldy to use).
> The proof of the pudding: how many people are using "RSA in Perl" to
> actually communicate? How many Pablo Escobars or Saddam Husseins are likely
> to ever use it?

	They have, however (apparently) blocked export of the
"snuffle" source code, which is 10 lines of C. Is snuffle, in its 10
lines of C a "usable system"? I would imagine not.

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