On Encryption

Encryption is the mathematical transformation of data such that the original data is rendered unsusceptible to interception and theft, but remains readable to a selected group of one or more people. Encryption technology implements encryption and various companion algorithms and procedures.

The creator of an encrypted document or message must retain the ability to decrypt it.   The creation, means, use, sale, purchase, and distribution of encryption technology cannot otherwise be regulated or restricted by law.

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