1995-10-13 - Re: Anguilla Cypherpunks Meeting

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From: Michael Froomkin <froomkin@law.miami.edu>
To: s1018954@aix2.uottawa.ca
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Raw Date: Fri, 13 Oct 95 10:23:38 PDT

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From: Michael Froomkin <froomkin@law.miami.edu>
Date: Fri, 13 Oct 95 10:23:38 PDT
To: s1018954@aix2.uottawa.ca
Subject: Re: Anguilla Cypherpunks Meeting
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On Fri, 13 Oct 1995 s1018954@aix2.uottawa.ca wrote:
> What if you were a dual citizen (US/Canada in my case)?
Get competent legal advice.  I.e. don't ask me.  As a general rule, I 
know of two principles that might be relevant here: 1) US and Canada 
rules on export control tend to be very similar; 2) lots of US rules 
apply to US persons abroad, not just income tax.  See, e.g., the Trading 
With the Enemy Act.

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