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From page 111...
... standards and solutions; • Widespread deployment of products with encryption capabilities for confidentiality that enable legal access for law enforcement and national security purposes; and • Avoidance of the development of de facto cryptography standards (either domestically or globally) that do not permit access for law enforcement and national security purposes, thus ensuring that the use of such products remains relatively limited.
From page 112...
... Escrowed encryption is a form of encryption intended to provide strong protection for legitimate uses but also to permit exceptional access by government officials, by corporate employers, or by end users under specified circumstances. Since 1993, the Clinton Administration has aggressively promoted escrowed encryption as a basic pillar of national cryptography policy.
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