Progress and Freedom Foundation report entitled " The Computer Revolution, Encryption and True Threats to National Security" (June 1996).
The Computer Systems Policy Project report entitled " Perspectives On Security In The Information Age ," calling for relaxation of government controls on encryption.
A panel of cryptographers and computer security experts has concluded that a 90-bit key is necessary for adequate commerical security.
Association for Computing Machinery, Codes, Keys and Conflicts (June 1994).
Office of Technology Assessment, Information Security and Privacy in Network Environments (September 1994).
Office of Technology Assessment, Issue Update on Information Security and Privacy in Network Environments (June 1995) (Coming soon).
A. Michael Froomkin, The Metaphor is the Key: Cryptography, the Clipper Chip and the Constitution, The University of Pennsylvania Law Review (January 1995).
General Accounting Office, Communications Privacy: Federal Policy and Actions (November 1993).
Lance Hoffman et al., Cryptography: Policy and Technology Trends (January 1994).
CommerceNet Consortium, Toward Enabling Secure Electronic Commerce: The Need for a Revised U.S. Cryptographic Policy (June 1995).
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