You know it’s getting better but the only way I could read any of this was to translate Dutch into Spanish and then to English.  As you can guess I lost a lot along the way.  Could you read through this find the section that applies to your situation, put together a proper quote that says you are ok, and what requirements you have, so we can post it for others in the Netherlands?




This comes from: http://www.wassenaar.org/secadmin/contacts.htm#UK


This might be helpful in the future figuring out cryptography export issues.



Ron Teitelbaum


From: Cees De Groot [mailto:cdegroot@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 16, 2005 2:44 AM
To: Ron@usmedrec.com; Cryptography Team Development List
Subject: Re: [Cryptography Team] Team Update


On 11/16/05, Ron Teitelbaum <Ron@usmedrec.com> wrote:

Cees mentioned that there are no export requirements where he is.

Probably not 100% correct because The Netherlands signed the Wassenaar Treaty, but it's not an issue over here.

The only other country that readily pops up into my mind that made trouble over crypto export is or was France. I don't know what the current situation is, but if I'd were a French citizen I'd check this up. I think the French government took a more liberal stance a couple of years ago but I'm not sure.