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Study finds that anti-crypto laws won't work on an international stage

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    In response to attempts to put restrictions on encryption technology, a new report surveys 546 encryption products in 54 countries outside the United States, out of 865 hardware and software products total.

    The report demonstrates that encryption technology is very international in nature and that it is impossible for local regulations to have any effect on it, said Bruce Schneier, a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University,

    "The cat is out of the bag," he said. "It is an international world. All the research is international and has been for decades. All the conferences are international and have been for decades."

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