Subject: Re: DCE/DFS
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Ignatios Souvatzis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/02/1997 22:36:52
> (c) the source code was exported on paper and then scanned and
> OCRed in a foreign country. That was how PGP got exported.
> Apparently, there is a loophole in the export restrictions which
> say you can't ship source code in machine readable form, but
> printed source code is perfectly OK. The PGP source code was
> some enourmous number of lines, and is being sold to 'the rest
> of the world' by some commercial entity in Finland.
I have the freely-redistributable version of that code, from Norway
(btw), maybe you confuse Norway/PGP with FInland/ssh?
Anyway, the copyright, apparently also from the scanned version of that
book, is very explicit about non-commercial use, with a version that I
fear that I may not look at the source during my working hours at
university. After all, I make my income by reviewing and testing
software packages for the CS departments' use --- its part of my work
I asked PGP Inc. to clarify this, and some even more paranoid fears of
mine, but they didnt answer my fax yet.