A US district judge has backed the IT industry in declaring President Clinton's rules on the export of encryption software to be unconstitutional. Judge Marilyn Patel ruled that the regulations would be a restraint on the First Amendment guaranteeing freedom of speech and that they would prevent scholars and academics from sending their works across the Internet.
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