NOTE: This service has been temporaily suspended due to the "sobig" worm. I am not forwarding or archiving mail at this time; send your export reports directly to the government at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com . Sorry for any inconvenience.
U.S. cryptography export rules were relaxed in January 2000,
especially for freely-available software source code. Check out the
EPIC sites for
details, but basically you can now make
open-source cryptography source code available on the web, provided that
you send email to the Commerce Department export people telling them the
URL. I maintain a publically-archived alias for this purpose; if you
send your notice to
it will be automatically forwarded to the government (at
firstname.lastname@example.org) but will also be archived at
for all to see. (Older messages are archived at
compressed in .gz format). Using the email@example.com alias may
help others find your software.
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