terms and conditions in using encryption with gnupg
Thu Mar 21 16:45:01 2002
Perhaps one would rather use the program than to sue it. Here in the U=
it might be possible to sue the program <<sigh>> but I think the previo=
author really intended to type use instead. And to think that the hamm=
distance between those two words is only 2.
From: Janusz A. Urbanowicz [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2002 6:42 AM
To: Christian Brandl
Subject: Re: terms and conditions in using encryption with gnupg
Christian Brandl wrote/napisa=B3[a]/schrieb:
> The most important one:
> What are the terms and conditions to use gnupg in business matters?
You may sue the program as you like. The source code is avaliable, and =
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