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Part 121 The United States Munitions List Enumeration of Articles Sec. 121.1 General. The United States Munitions List. ... Category XIII--Auxiliary Military Equipment ... (b) Information Security Systems and equipment, cryptographic devices, software, and components specifically designed or modified therefore, including: (1) ...


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Actually, it looks like books with crypto algorithms were excluded from such exporting licensing requirements; in the Karn case: The ODTC [Office of Defense Trade Controls] determined that the book, which contained the algorithms in printed form, was not subject to its export jurisdiction because it was in the public domain. However, the information ...


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Have a look at the case Bernstein v. United States In the early 1990s, Daniel J. Bernstein created the Snuffle encryption system. He wanted to publish it in an international conference. However, after asking the appropriate US department, he was told by the Office of Defense Trade Controls: the information known as Snuffle 5.0 has been determined, under ...


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Yes. Duo labs (security vendor) says on https://duo.com/decipher/labs-presents-whats-happening-with-rfid-blocking-gear It turns out standards for testing these RFID-blocking devices actually exists since the government wants to make sure these sleeves and cards actually work before buying them for government employees and contractors. There is an actual ...


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You know that Larry David gif when he made the "I can't make sense out of it" gesture? This is the thing. The claim in linked article is unquoted. Yet on FoxNews you can, again without a quotation marks, read Wolf said the wall was top of border officials’ priority list and cited stats suggesting that the wall acted as a deterrent for illegal immigration, ...


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