rsa 1024 bit?
Thu, 31 Aug 2000 00:20:52 +0200 (MET DST)
> If your supposition is that most people do not care whether or not
> they are breaking the law, then I object. It is a serious matter,
> whether one agrees with said law or not.
That depends on the law. Almost all computer users I know have several
Crazy Bytes or Twilight CD-ROMs, so that says enough. I'd say that this
type of laws is as much respected here as trafic rules for bycycles in
But further, I still don't know how a company _can_ patent IDEA in Europe.
As far as I know, European laws don't permit it.
> As the main developer of gnupg, Werner is the person who is most
> likely to feel the 'long arm of the law' reach out and so his
> discretion is both understandable and correct.
I had not thought of that point. If this is the case I can understand his
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