What school did you get your law degree from? Because if it is one in the US, please give me your name so I can let the ABA know you are giving FAKE legal information. The US for example 100% BANS exportation of strong cryptographic software to "terrorist nations." According to the press release issued September 16, 1998 (about a bill signed into law by President Bill Clinton) these nations include "Iran, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Sudan, North Korea and Cuba."
According to a subsequent press release made on December 16, 1999, strong cryptographic software is subject to a 1 time technical review by the Department of Commerce. Only after this review (of the source code) may the software be released overseas. Additionally additional inquiry may be made if the software is determined to be possibly used by any foreign governmental or military agency.
Unlike your claims which you stated as if you are the US President, Congress, and Judiciary, therefore making your opinion the only correct opinion, I will state that I am NOT a lawyer, I am merely reporting based on the information I am aware of. If you would like to see the relevant information yourself,
Press release December 16, 1999: http://www.bxa.doc.gov/Encryption/whpr99.htm
Export Administration Regulations Category 5 Part 2: http://w3.access.gpo.gov/bis/ear/txt/ccl5-pt2.txt
Modification to the EAR regulations to comply with the Wassenaar Arrangement List of
Dual-Use Goods and Other Technologies http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=2002_register&docid=fr06jn02-6
Seeing as how you seem to think "there are no export restrictions on SSL" the US government sure seems to have a decent amount of documentation on export restrictions... I could quote restrictions in place by other nations, but I hope this is enough to prove my point that you don't know what you are talking about.