"France struggles to implement world's first Trusted Third Party infrastructure with key escrow"
Unique in the western world for it's blanket ban on the use of strong encryption,France also became in February '98 the first country to official institute a scheme of Trusted Third Parties with Key Escrow. However such an implementation has been far from plain sailing. It is also in contradiction with the choices made by it's European partners, most notably Germany. And finally it thwarts the emergence of a pan-european security industry as well as the creation of a secure and interoperable Internet infrastructure.
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