1997-11-07 - Re: BXA mtg in DC, 12/9/97

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From: Marc Horowitz <marc@cygnus.com>
To: Greg Broiles <gbroiles@netbox.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1997-11-07 19:30:43 UTC
Raw Date: Sat, 8 Nov 1997 03:30:43 +0800

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From: Marc Horowitz <marc@cygnus.com>
Date: Sat, 8 Nov 1997 03:30:43 +0800
To: Greg Broiles <gbroiles@netbox.com>
Subject: Re: BXA mtg in DC, 12/9/97
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This happens to 

Greg Broiles <gbroiles@netbox.com> writes:

>> There will be another meeting of that group on 12/9/97 at 9 AM in
>> the (Herbert C., not J. Edgar) Hoover Building, Room 3884, between
>> Pennsylvania & Constitution Avenues, NW, in Washington DC. The
>> agenda is:
>> 3.	Update on the encryption regulation.

This happens to be during IETF, which happens to be in DC, which means
a large number of prominent cryptographers and implementors from all
over the world will be in town.  Is it worth showing up?  Maybe the
BXA can ask them how they manage to get the stuff from the US even
though it's export controlled :-)

>> [Closed session]
>> 9.	Discussion of matters properly classified under Executive Order 19958,
>> dealing with U.S. export control program and strategic criteria related
>> thereto.

How closed?