[License-review] For approval: The Cryptographic Autonomy License (Beta 4)

VanL van.lindberg at gmail.com
Thu Feb 13 15:22:24 UTC 2020

Hello Ian,

Thanks for chiming in. A couple responses:

On Thu, Feb 13, 2020 at 8:50 AM Ian Kelling <ian at iankelling.org> wrote:

> What is providing a service?

Providing a service is defined in terms of communicating the Work to
another person - the essential human-to-human communication. It is
encompassed in Section 4:

"Exercis[ing] any permission granted by this License, such that the Work,
or any part, aspect, or element of the Work, is distributed, communicated,
made available, or made perceptible to a non-Affiliate third party (a
“Recipient”), either via physical delivery or via a network connection to
the Recipient."

Speaking broadly as to Mailman, preferences and your specific messages
would be considered User Data. But your worry about a bug preventing the
use of Mailman is unfounded. The CAL doesn't specify the particular
mechanism of compliance, so "bug-free" export code is not required.

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