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    SubjectRe: DES module in kernel?
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    > Then again, according to the Wassenaar agreement which the US also signed,
    > they agreed to some odd clause saying 'if the encryption is in the public
    > domain then export is legal'.

    hmmm...too bad the kernel isn't in the public domain, then? or can we get
    away with writing a plug-in module that's public domain?
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