"JXrn" Schmidt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

>However, there are only two countries, to the best of my knowledge, that
>outright ban cryptography: Russia and China. And even that's only a de-facto
>ban since both only require individuals to obtain a license to use
>cryptography in any way, shape or form. From what I have heard, it's nearly
>impossible for your average Joe to actually be issued such a license.

You also have to remember that the severity of Russian law is compensated for
by its non-mandatoryness.  Those who care enough about complying (banks and so
on) shouldn't have much trouble getting the necessary license, everyone else
just goes ahead and uses crypto and no-one cares.


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