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SubjectCryptographic laws in France
For those who asked a few days ago about cryptography in France, I have a short answer :
It used to be completely forbidden in the past, but recent laws now allow anybody to use cryptography up to 128-bits, with no authorisation. So, there is no restriction any more for France if any cryptographic module is included in the Linux kernel.







Cyril PELLERIN.

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