Remember Netscape? The EU does …

The EU-EK Trade and Cooperation agreement, commonly known as the post-Brexit trade deal, is clearly a mammoth document (all 1,276 pages of it) and so parts must have been copied and pasted from earlier documents.

However, a number of commentators have expressed surprise that some mistakes slipped through, including references to Netscape and Mozilla Mail (section 5.4 on page of the full document which you can download here).

Since it comes in the section about protocols and standards for encryption, you might think that this should have had particular scrutiny?