The US Department of Justice is fighting to the bitter end a ruling by a District Court judge, which would allow a University professor to post his high level encryption software on the Internet.
The DoJ claims doing so would contravene US encryption export policy but if it fails to block the ruling at this or a higher level court, it could end up proving the downfall of the US government's export restrictions, rendering them invalid. The ruling, made on Monday, stated that the restrictions were in violation of the First Amendment.
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