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Re: US citizens uploading to non-us

>>>>> "Wichert" == Wichert Akkerman <wichert@cistron.nl> writes:

    >> So, according to these regulations, provided that I tell the US
    >> government before doing so, I can export software meeting DFSG
    >> from the US.  It's fairly clear for example that I could put
    >> software up on a website within the US, send mail to
    >> crypt@bxa.doc.gov and then allow non-US people to download
    >> without any special tracking or access controls.


    Wichert> You have to take (3) into account; everyone seems to
    Wichert> agree that you don't have to explicitly disallowed

True.  Fortunately all the software I currently care about meets DFSG.
For many people, the ability to use TSU may be a useful lever to get
them to make marginally non-free licenses free.

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