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SubjectRe: Linux 2.2.20pre10
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> So, then, just to satisfy my curiosity, how long until users of Linux in
> the U.S.A. will no longer be allowed to download new kernels?

Potentially about 12 months after the SSSCA is passed. At which point you may
well find only a binary only OS with enforced copy management is legal in
the USA.

> I guess I was wrong about the Linux kernel being Open Source and freely
> available and distributable.

It is, subject to the law of the various countries concerned.

Alan
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