Re: CA certificates
* Russ Allbery:
> Florian Weimer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> I've digged a bit more, and VeriSign actually has a license governing
>> the *use* of their certificates (including the root and intermediate
>> The license seems to violate DFSG §6. It also fails the Desert Island
> There's an interesting question. Is a public key copyrightable? In other
> words, does VeriSign have any legal grounds to restrict use of their
> public keys at all?
Does it matter? Why should we ignore VeriSign's wishes? They have
far more lawyers than we have. 8-)
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