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I changed open-source to "disclosed source" because, whilst the source code is publically available, it doesn't meet the Open Source Definition (because you can't distribute modified code, basically).

Also I removed the sentence "At least Phil Zimmerman can no longer make the decision" (I'm paraphrasing), because "At least" has an unfortunate double meaning in this context (it could be read to imply that it's a good thing that PRZ no longer has any direct influence over PGP - which I assume was not what the writer meant to say), and the sentence doesn't provide any information that can't be easily deduced by reading the rest of the article.

--Robert Merkel