Privacy- and security-enhancing technology

Bradner, Scott
September 1999
Network World;09/27/99, Vol. 16 Issue 39, p31
Trade Publication
Comments on the United States government's September 17, 1999 announcement of its plan to remove almost all export controls on encryption technologies. Implications of the announcement for companies selling encryption products; Other features of the three-part proposed policy; Rationale behind the move.


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