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RE: Re: you don't have to ask, but you'll be sorry you didn't
I think that depends on which jurisdiction you are "exporting" it from. They
have different rules. UK government has recently poublished a White Paper on
arms export control ( http://www.dti.gov.uk/export.control/stratex/ ) which
explicitly defines web pages & email across national boundaries as export.
It isn't law yet & to this non-lawyer implies that they wouldn't have done
it if it had been law already - so my guess is that in Britain at least what
you describe isn't yet "export". Of course the US may have different
rules. But has it ever been tested in court?
> Michael Motyka[SMTP:email@example.com] wrote:
> Am I right in assuming that an applet that performs non-exportable
> encryption is considered to have been exported when the page is accessed
> by someone offshore?