European Union sets free export of encryption products

    Date23 May 2000
    CategoryCryptography
    3441
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    The EU has reportedly decided that allowing the export of crypto is a good thing, despite the best efforts of the US to prevent it. Even France agrees. "But they can't any longer block the export. Companies are . . . The EU has reportedly decided that allowing the export of crypto is a good thing, despite the best efforts of the US to prevent it. Even France agrees. "But they can't any longer block the export. Companies are allowed to export their encryption products without any interference of the intelligence community."
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