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EU sets free export of encryption products

Contributed by Dengue on from the hehehehehe dept.

Telepolis is reporting that the European Ministers of Foreign Affairs have decided to drop all restrictions on the export of cryptography to countries outside the EU. Needless to say, the United States Government ® is not happy.


Can anyone find me another source to corroborate this?

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  1. By Gabriel Kihlman () on

    I really tried to find more information about this but failed miserably.
    I registred with RAPID, a press release database and searched through their archives but I did not find anything.
    The origin of the article has alot of comments, pretty much off topic but amusing to read.


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