1994-07-03 - Re: Devil’s Advocate (again)

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From: rarachel@prism.poly.edu (Arsen Ray Arachelian)
To: nobody@soda.berkeley.edu (Anonymous User)
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From: rarachel@prism.poly.edu (Arsen Ray Arachelian)
Date: Sun, 3 Jul 94 08:50:27 PDT
To: nobody@soda.berkeley.edu (Anonymous User)
Subject: Re: Devil's Advocate (again)
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Response-Key: ideaclipper


The 1st ammendment guarantees freedom of speech.  This includes the right
to speak in any "language" you want.   Cryptography is a way of changing
the "language" of a text or binary file so that only the intended recipient
is able to understand it.  Hence, cyphertext is protected by the 1st ammendment.

Whether this will hold up in court....