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Koop's Crypto Law Survey updated - v. 14.1 (FW)

From: "Bert-Jaap Koops" <[email protected]>
Organization: Tilburg University
Date: Wed, 23 Dec 1998 16:04:37 MET
Subject: Crypto Law Survey updated - version 14.1

I have updated my Crypto Law Survey to version 14.1.

Wassenaar Arrangement (December 1998 changes)

China (no use restrictions)
Indonesia (use restrictions?)
Kyrgyzstan (no export controls)
Vietnam (import controls)

EU (to implement Wassenaar changes?)
Poland (free GSN import)
Slovenia (no domestic controls)
Spain (Telecoms Law may forebode key recovery)

Chile (no controls)
Colombia (no controls)
Costa Rica (no domestic controls)
Mexico (no use restrictions)
Puerto Rico (no controls)
United States (new export relaxations; Junger dismissed; TACDFIPSFKMI
charter extended; copyright act may hinder crypto research)
Uruguay (no controls)

Please note that the UK entry still needs updating.

Bert-Jaap Koops
Tilburg University
23 December 1998

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