Apr 272015
 

I was extremely happy with the concept of LetsEncrypt and what it represents for the whole of the internet:

Let’s Encrypt is a new Certificate Authority:
It’s free, automated, and open.
Arriving Mid-2015

until I saw this little tidbit from the latest draft of their certificate policy:

Copyright Notice
Copyright © 2014 ISRG and/or its licensors. All rights reserved.
This document is provided for the intended recipient’s review only. Do not redistribute this document, in
part or in whole, without first obtaining prior written consent from ISRG.
To request consent, contact ISRG at or write:
Internet Security Research Group
331 E. Evelyn Ave.
Mountain View, CA 94041

I really do hope that this copywrong notice extends only as far as the draft, and that they will liberate the certificate policy once it is finalized. How in the world can they claim to be free and open when they close off and proprietize one of their most important documents?

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 Posted by at 7:30 am on April 27, 2015

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