Message Hash: 3ed243adde19e6119c9c8731ad7afb6130365820ce44be1c479ff7418ec0af19
Message ID: <199405052044.NAA27409@jobe.shell.portal.com>
Reply To: <9405051430.AA10487@mass6.FRB.GOV>
UTC Datetime: 1994-05-05 20:43:49 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 5 May 94 13:43:49 PDT
From: email@example.com Date: Thu, 5 May 94 13:43:49 PDT To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: Keyserver service outRAGE In-Reply-To: <9405051430.AA10487@mass6.FRB.GOV> Message-ID: <199405052044.NAA27409@jobe.shell.portal.com> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain Tom Allard <m1tca00@FRB.GOV> wrote: > email@example.com (Graham Toal) sez: > > [...] > > > The restriction on what new keys they accept was part of the deal, but > > stop and think what it really means - is it going to affect *anybody*? > > Yes, it will effect those not in the U.S. Or did you forget about them? > > > And what's to stop you fetching 2.5 and loading/re-dumping your old > > key from that version? > > ITAR. So that's it, isn't it? Clipperized PGP. The government has pressured RSA into allowing a new version of PGP, in an attempt to displace the use of freeware PGP, with the hope that they will then be able to control it more. This stinks.