> Unfortunately, yes -- the freely available client will have security.
> The only real question is whether it will have export-grade or US-only-grade
> security, and that's purely a matter of US Government export law and policy
> at this point.
The above question wasn't answered though - can I set up a WWW site,
using the Netscape Commerce server, and expect to have a wide user
base for the security, etc, features, because the Netscape client is
freely usable? I.E. is a license fee/some form of payment necessary
for legitimate corporate use? If not, as I'm sure you can see, demand
for the commerce server is greatly reduced, as it's potential
competitive advantages - namely the extra features it offers - are not
so advantageous . . .
Of course, if the server features are available from other browsers also,
then this is not a disadvantage. Is this part of the game plan?
Oh, and while we're at it, any other aspects of your business plan you'd
like to share? :)
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