Julian H. Stacey
jhs at berklix.com
Wed Oct 22 16:21:36 CEST 2014
"Robert J. Hansen" wrote:
> All this being said, the laws aren't *wholly* stupid. ITAR has a couple
> of nice commonsense exceptions. (See, e.g., ITAR 120.10 (5): ITAR "does
> not include information concerning general scientific, mathematical, or
> engineering principles commonly taught in schools, colleges, and
> universities or information in the public domain.")
USA national regs.
Has 120.10 a & b but no 5.
"e-CFR Data is current as of October 20, 2014"
"or information in the public domain as defined in \xa7120.11 of this subchapter"
> Wait, you mean like the U.K. did after WW2 when it sold Enigma machines
Fascinating (well, I'm British :-)
Julian Stacey, BSD Linux Unix C Sys Eng Consultant Munich http://berklix.com
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