1994-06-08 - PGP in Australia

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From: rishab@dxm.ernet.in
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
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UTC Datetime: 1994-06-08 13:07:12 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 8 Jun 94 06:07:12 PDT

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From: rishab@dxm.ernet.in
Date: Wed, 8 Jun 94 06:07:12 PDT
To: cypherpunks@toad.com
Subject: PGP in Australia
Message-ID: <gate.FVBmNc1w165w@dxm.ernet.in>
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> If anyone wants to give me a copy, drop it off at 
> tartarus.uwa.edu.au:/pub/dichro/incoming
> - provided, of course, that it is legal for you to do so ...:)

Pick up PGP versions 2.2 - 6, and the non-RSAREF 6ui, from ftp.dsi.unimi.it

Unless Australia forbids _importing_ crypto, not a crime. PGP 6 is the MIT 
RSAREF version, so someone violated ITAR to get it to Italy. Using it outside
the US and Canada also violates RSADSI's _copyrights_. PGP 6ui was released 
from the UK, and therefore does not violate ITAR. It doesn't use RSAREF, so it
doesn't violate RSADSI copyrights. If used in the US, it does violate RSADSI

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