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Re: non-us and Canada

On Mon, 13 Sep 1999, Joe Drew wrote:

 > I've been looking into lsh, the GPL'd implementation of the ssh 2
 > protocol. I might be interested in packaging it (perhaps for 
 > potato+1, if it's not currently usable) but I'm wondering what the
 > legalities of it are. Specifically, as a Canadian, can I legally
 > export encryption software to the non-us servers? And, if not,
 > wouldn't OpenBSD be in trouble?

yes, you can. Canada does not restrict export of any encryption
software. however, you're not allowed to re-export any encryption
software that originates from the us and falls under us export
control restrictions.

oBSD is perfectly safe :)


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