Crypto Regs Challenged Again
Source: Wired.com --    - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Cryptography Privacy advocates won a preliminary victory when for the second time a federal appeals court questioned restrictions on data-scrambling encryption software. The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals suggested Monday that President Clinton's restrictions on distributing encryption products might be . . . Privacy advocates won a preliminary victory when for the second time a federal appeals court questioned restrictions on data-scrambling encryption software.
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals suggested Monday that President Clinton's restrictions on distributing encryption products might be unconstitutional.

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