Re: WARNING: Crypto software to be included into main Debian distribution
Anthony Towns <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 24, 2002 at 06:59:53PM -0800, Walter Landry wrote:
> > I'm not so sure that multi-step exporting is legal, at least of the
> > kind that Florian is discussing.
> We have advice from a lawyer who specialises in the area that this isn't
> an issue.
We have advice from a lawyer who specialises in the area that we
should be implementing reverse IP lookup's and restricting the use of
programs that we distribute. The lawyer also said
D: Would it be acceptable to set up an official mirror in a
country forbidden in EAR section 740.13(e)?
You would have to apply for a license to set up an official mirror
in an embargoed country.
This basically means that we can not have official mirrors in the T7.
Does everyone in Debian agree that that *all* of these things are ok?
I'm sure there are some people who are not happy with it. Florian,
> Anyway, *plonk*. There's only so many times the same point can be
> made. If you're going to just refuse to grok it, that's your loss.
Dude, take a chill pill. I posted a legal argument to debian-legal
and two other people directly in the conversation, neither of whom are
you. If you don't want to talk about legal stuff, don't read