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Re: Where to write crypto?
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In article <[email protected][188.8.131.52]>,
Timothy C. May <[email protected]> wrote:
>At 2:05 PM 9/25/96, [email protected] wrote:
>>Why go so far, when you can export crypto from Anguila or Canada. The
>Are you _sure_ about what you say about Canada? After all, in nearly all
>defense- and crypto-related matters, they are essentially the 51st State.
>In fact, Canada is one of the places crypto may be exported _to_ from the
>U.S. without any license. So, export strong crypto into Canada and then
>invoke the "you can export crypto from...Canada" clause?
>I don't think so.
As far as I'm aware, the rule for Canada is this:
If it came from the US, it can only be exported back to the US.
If it did not come from the US, it can be exported to any "non-evil"
country ("evil" countries are ones like Libya).
Then there are rules for what "came from" means, which are less clear.
I've also heard "substantially modified": if software comes from the US
into Canada, and is "substantially modified" in Canada, it may be
- Ian "having a vested interest in this topic..."
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