Cryptography banned in the Netherlands....
John E. Kreznar
jkreznar at ininx.com
Thu Mar 31 23:52:34 PST 1994
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> I have always thought that the Netherlands was a very liberal country.
> But now the government is proposing a law that totally outlaws the use
> of encryption methods.
Actually, these are quite consistent. Much of the ``liberal'' agenda
relies on government, whether to impose taxes to support welfare, or to
enforce political correctness, or whatever. But the continued
effectiveness of government (and other large institutions) is threatened
by strong cryptography.
John E. Kreznar | Relations among people to be by
jkreznar at ininx.com | mutual consent, or not at all.
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