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Re: lp ?

"Perry E. Metzger" writes:

: Thaddeus J. Beier writes:
: > So, if this person was sending cryptographics codes from Switzerland
: > to Israel, the code would have been imported to the US, then exported
: > by UUNET.  They can't do that, can they?  Probably nobody would prosecute,
: > but it might be something to threaten UUNET with if one of their Northern
: > Virginia neighbors ever wanted something the couldn't get otherwise.
: It isn't clear that telecoms treaties don't implicitly make this legal
: in spite of the export regulations.

Once again, what the ITAR forbid is the disclosure of cryptographic
software to a foreign person within or without the United States, so
it does not make any difference whether the message containing the
code passes through the United States or not.

Peter D. Junger--Case Western Reserve University Law School--Cleveland, OH
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