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International Trading in Arms Regulations


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The US regulations that prevented highly secure cryptographic technology from being exported from the United States. It categorized cryptography software as an armament. Conditions have relaxed on export since the early part of 2000 with only a handful of countries being prevented from receiving cryptography technology. See export grade security and domestic grade security.

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