Clinton relaxes crypto export rules

    Date17 Jul 2000
    CategoryCryptography
    3480
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    The United States has eased its rules on exporting encryption products to the European Union and other key trading partners in an effort to improve security in cyberspace and promote electronic commerce, the White House said today. Under the new policy, . . . The United States has eased its rules on exporting encryption products to the European Union and other key trading partners in an effort to improve security in cyberspace and promote electronic commerce, the White House said today. Under the new policy, U.S. companies no longer need a license to export encryption products to any end user in the 15 nations of the European Union, as well as Australia, Norway, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Japan, New Zealand and Switzerland.
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