Please keep in mind that I am not a lawyer and I am not providing you
On 05/21/2018 01:51 PM, Alessio Ciregia wrote:
If I download Fedora from an European mirror, does these
are applied as well?
As far as the US is concerned, yes, because they came from Red Hat and
the US originally.
And also, since "Fedora software in source code and binary code
publicly available and are not subject to the EAR in accordance with
§742.15(b).", in theory someone can compile it by itself and use Fedora
to build a space launch vehicle? :-)
If you compile "it" yourself, it is no longer Fedora, as distributed by
Red Hat, but I suspect that is not what you are asking. We cannot export
Fedora for the conditions which are covered in the Export Policy.
And, just to clarify, if also the binary code is not subject to EAR,
what is subjected to these restrictions?
That wording is a bit confusing, but it is standard export law
boilerplate text. The EAR is just one set of US export restrictions,
there are others. While Fedora may no longer be subject to the EAR,
there are other laws and restrictions which apply. The Export Policy