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Short Take: Bernstein encryption case bumped back

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has sent the encryption case of Daniel Bernstein vs. the Justice Department back to the three-judge panel that originally heard it for further consideration in light of new encryption regulations issued by the government Jan. 14. The panel likely will seek briefing on the effect of the new regulations on the case. In addition, Bernstein has requested an advisory opinion from the Commerce Department.

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has sent the encryption case of Daniel Bernstein vs. the Justice Department back to the three-judge panel that originally heard it for further consideration in light of new encryption regulations issued by the government Jan. 14. The panel likely will seek briefing on the effect of the new regulations on the case. In addition, Bernstein has requested an advisory opinion from the Commerce Department.