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Re: House National Security committee guts SAFE, worse than no bill



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I dare!! I double dare!!

In <[email protected]>, on 09/09/97 
   at 08:51 PM, Declan McCullagh <[email protected]> said:

>I was talking to someone after a law class this evening (we're covering
>electronic privacy topics, but unfortunately we're not at crypto yet). He
>suggested widespread civil disobedience. 

>Perhaps it's time to dare the Feds to prosecute you. Any volunteers?

>-Declan


>On Tue, 9 Sep 1997, Tim May wrote:

>> Just drop all work on SAFE and Pro-CODE sorts of things and focus efforts
>> on monkeywrenching GAK and widely distributing bootleg crypto around the
>> world, as fast as possible.

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