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  • Clinton Administration Proposes Domestic Encryption Controls The Clinton Administration has drafted legislation to control the domestic use of encryption technologies and compel participation in key recovery systems open to the government. More.... You can help stop this!

  • Members of Congress Question Administration, Industry on Impact of Current Encryption Export Controls On March 21, House Commerce Committee Chairman Thomas Bliley (R-VA) and Congressman Rick White (R-WA) sent letters to the National Security Agency (NSA), the FBI, Department of Commerce, and computer industry associations seeking information on the impact of current U.S. encryption export controls on commerce and security on the Net.

    Congressman White's Press Release regarding the letters

  • Pro-CODE Hearing Archives Available! On Wednesday March 19, the Senate Commerce Committee held a hearing on the Pro-CODE Bill (S. 377). See democracy.net for audio and photo archives from the hearing.

    See our resources about the bill.

  • House Committee holds hearing on S.A.F.E. (HR 695) On Thursday March 20, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the Security And Freedom through Encryption (SAFE) Act.

    See our resources about the bill.

  • Dan Bernstein wins his case against the US. Dept. of State! Justice Patel has ruled in favor of Dan Bernstein in his case again the U.S. Dept. of State. Bernstein argued that the export controls violate his freedom of speech. Check out our lawsuits page for links to court testimony.

  • Resources
    • Help fight for privacy! You can adopt your own legislator to track their position on the encryption issue!
    • Annoy the White House. Join Netscape CEO Jim Barksdale and cryptowolf-rebel Phillip Zimmermann and sign the petition!
    • Internet Privacy Coalition: More great resources about the issue
    • Sign up for email announcements (no discussion) about the fight to free cryptowolf

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