"F" == Frederik H Andersen <fha(_at_)dde(_dot_)dk> writes:
F> What I find very difficult to understand is, why the
F> technology: - which is the defacto standard...........
F> allows almost arbitrarily strong crypto is not considered for
F> the MUST technology?
Because IETF has a long tradition NOT to require a technology
that is not FREELY AVAILABLE?
F> Another thing, is it not true, assuming the technology is
F> available, that nothing prevents a user in US and a user
F> outside US to communicate using stong crypto ( e.g. 128 bit
Yes, this is true, to the best of my knowledge.
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