> It USE to be it was the "taint" of US code on Canadian code. Much of
> FreeSWAN is developed in Canada. As long as there is no US code
> involved Canadian law holds and it can be exported. If the code
> contains any US code, US law holds (under a US / Canadian Treaty) and
> the code can NOT be exported from Canada.
The answer is clear.
The FSF needs to buy a banana republic somewhere and grant diplomatic
immunity to developers of such code.
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