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Electronic Signatures and Identities Law and Regulation
Electronic Signatures and Identities Law and Regulation
2nd Edition
ISBN:  9781847034908
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  24 Oct 2008
Format:  Hardback
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With an analysis of the importance of signatures in both civil law and common law, and showing how this has been translated into legislation, Electronic Signatures and Identities:
  • Includes a detailed comparative examination of the laws and regulations in this area in over 60 overseas jurisdictions
  • Reviews the overlap between electronic identities and signatures, and the problems that electronic identities raise for data protection and individual privacy
  • Considers the latest case law and regulations and discusses the impact of standards such as the European Workshop Agreements on signatures
  • Reviews the latest developments and includes discussion of the contentious issues of biometrics and electronic ID cards
  • Provides all the information you need on electronic signatures in civil law
  • Presents advice on the implications of e-signatures so you can draft and negotiate the best terms for your client
  • Expands your understanding of the key issues across all the major international jurisdictions
  • Keeps you fully informed with a wealth of new coverage on new regulations, case law and developments
  • Provides you with crucial coverage of the UN Convention and Model Laws
  • Includes coverage of the UK, European Economic Area, Asia-Pacific, North America, Latin America, Russia, South Africa, UAE, Turkey and Israel.
  • Incorporates a new glossary to help you understand technical language and terms
CONTENTS
  • Legal functions and requirements of signatures
  • Electronic signature technologies
  • Structural issues
  • International initiatives relating to electronic signatures
  • Electronic signature laws of the world
  • Practical issues
  • Evidential issues
  • Regulatory aspects
  • Standards
 
 
 
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