1993-11-22 - Re: Secure Drive 1.0 is here!

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From: “kpj@sics.se” <kpj@sics.se>
To: Al Billings <mimir@u.washington.edu>
Message Hash: 1013aa41f03fb255b2d68274f4bab94481093ddd97bb92bfb2dc4103047df50f
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Reply To: <Pine.3.87.9311221003.A29429-0100000@goren1.u.washington.edu>
UTC Datetime: 1993-11-22 18:38:00 UTC
Raw Date: Mon, 22 Nov 93 10:38:00 PST

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From: "kpj@sics.se" <kpj@sics.se>
Date: Mon, 22 Nov 93 10:38:00 PST
To: Al Billings <mimir@u.washington.edu>
Subject: Re: Secure Drive 1.0 is here!
In-Reply-To: <Pine.3.87.9311221003.A29429-0100000@goren1.u.washington.edu>
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| It isn't very smart asking him in a public forum, especially one that is 
| pretty known to be monitored by at least some government agents. No 
| matter what his opinion is, he's going to have to say "No." It is ILLEGAL 
| for him to export it and you just basically stood up and yelled "Fire!" 
| to every Fed on the list.

Naturally.  I expect him to refuse.  My whole question is whether it is
valid to use Copyleft on code which is not freely copyable over national