1995-07-14 - Crisis Overload (re Electronic Racketeering)

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From: Phil Fraering <pgf@tyrell.net>
To: ylo@cs.hut.fi
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UTC Datetime: 1995-07-14 00:01:03 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 13 Jul 95 17:01:03 PDT

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From: Phil Fraering        <pgf@tyrell.net>
Date: Thu, 13 Jul 95 17:01:03 PDT
To: ylo@cs.hut.fi
Subject: Crisis Overload (re Electronic Racketeering)
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   Date: Fri, 14 Jul 1995 01:15:04 +0300
   From: Tatu Ylonen <ylo@cs.hut.fi>
   to break encryption for anyone.  Plus, it was created and is primarily
   distributed *outside* the United States, in a country where none of
   the algorithms are patented.  It can thus be openly available for

Well, I think it's nice that people outside the U.S. will have access
to encryption; it appears, however, that those of us in the U.S. writing
such software may end up having to forego payment and credit, until
Blacknet is very strong...