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Re: encription of data

From: frater mus <fratermus_at_softhome.net>
Date: 11 Oct 2002 09:38:02 -0500
Message-ID: <Xns92A463302656Fssbmousetrapnet@65.65.78.185>


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10 Oct 2002: svanpoucke_at_hotmail.com (Sven Van Poucke) wrote

> svanpoucke_at_hotmail.com (Sven Van Poucke) wrote in message
> news:<35fdca0e.0210081104.1632cf2c_at_posting.google.com>... 

>> We are developing a database for medical data. This application will
>> be sold in the USA.We are a European company. We would like to use
>> higher encription than 128 bits. Moreover, the data generated in the
>> US will be transferred to Europe and back. Is encription more than 128
>> bit allowed or should 128 bit be used following the US laws?
>
> Thanks for the answer!!!

IIRC, the export of encrypted data was not an issue, it was the encrypting software itself. Note, however, that some European countries (France, in particular?) have other restrictions.

http://www.eff.org/Privacy/ITAR_export/

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