doug at netcom.com
Mon Oct 11 13:51:08 PDT 1993
peb at PROCASE.COM (Paul Baclace) said:
>Yes, but consider that being world famous has its advantages for contracting
>and lecture fees...
That's also more attractive considering that the U.S. government is
quite capable of demanding the secret of the factorization method and
generally throw their weight around as "justified" by national security...
I'm not generally very paranoid, but I *would* be in a situation like that.
Just about any and all other laws go out the window once they invoke
Doug Merritt doug at netcom.com
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