Quote Originally Posted by r12jkf3
US residents are limited to 256bit encryption by law; but for non-us residents, I assume the sky can be the limit, in terms of encryption strength. Is there "any" form of encryption stronger than AES256 available for non-us residents, say for encrpting documents, emails and web-surfing?
Please post the US legal code that states that. All I can find is ITAR, which only limits the export of encryption tech (among other things). ITAR law says nothing about whether a us citizen can use a certain key size