[crackmonkey] Request for comments
nick at zork.net
Thu Mar 18 20:24:10 PST 1999
On Thu, Mar 18, 1999 at 07:18:02PM -0800, Seth David Schoen wrote:
> No, it's not by Al Gore, but...
> Problems with the "Export Law Assurances" section of the new Apple
> Public Source License. For potential submission to slashdot.
From the document:
> 1.A violation of the law, if the violation happens within
> the jurisdiction that created the law (or if the law is
I think that this should read "extraterrestrial", so that
everyone thinks that the law is written by spacemen. That way we can
come on the radio as spacemen and tell everyone that crypto law is
wrong and that we're re-writing it. Then people will share the
"The software is intended to be as unobtrusive, unintrusive and
unconstraining as possible. In software as elsewhere, good
engineering is whatever gets the job done without calling attention to
itself." -- Cynbe ru Taren, on Citadel (http://zork.net/cit/citadel.txt)
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