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RE: CJR RETURNED TO SENDER
From: Jeff Weinstein <[email protected]>
Subject: Re: CJR returned to sender
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 1995 22:16:18 -0800
Organization: Netscape Communications Corporation
Timothy C. May wrote:
> At 4:43 PM 10/26/95, Jeff Weinstein wrote:
> > The ITARs are currently keeping us(Netscape) from distributing
> >our US-only products to people within the United States. We have
> >asked for clarification from the government about network distribution,
> >such as how much verification of location and citizenship of the
> >recipient we must do, and have yet to receive a response. That
> >makes it more than just an export issue, at least for us.
> And I agree that this is a much more important issue than whether a t-shirt
> can get an OK for export or not.
> If the CJR for the t-shirt is ultimately granted, what useful information
> will be derived, or what implications for Netscape's question will be
> If the CJR for the t-shirt is ultimately denied, ditto?
It will force the bureaucrats to make a decision, which will be
the subject to much public scrutiny. Hopefully it will generate a
stir in the press and inform many more people of the problems of
the current system.
Jeff Weinstein - Electronic Munitions Specialist
Netscape Communication Corporation
[email protected] - http://home.netscape.com/people/jsw
Any opinions expressed above are mine.