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Lex Mercatoria: Electronic Commerce and Encryption Pages

Electronic Commerce & Encryption

Electronic Commerce Documents

Cryptography /Encryption

Agreements
Interest Groups
Industry
AES Algorithm (Advanced Encryption Standard)
NIST AES
AES Winner announced October 2nd, 2000
Data Encryption Standard (DES)
Reference & Links
Security Software
Secure Point to Point Connection and File Sharing
Encrypted Files and Mail
Linux Encryption Solutions
Steganography
Organizations
Commercial
Other
Biometrics
Quantum physics cryptography

Digital Signatures

Electronic Contracts and Electronic Commercial Documents

EDI - Electronic Data Interchange

Electronic Payments

Solutions
Discusion
Writings and Links to them

Authentication Solutions - Virtual Identities

Government and other Documents: Stands/Approaches to Electronic Commerce

Cybercrime

Privacy

NoN-Privacy / Security?

Interest Groups & Campaigns

Industry

Electronic Commerce Resource Sites

Endnotes

Endnotes

Metadata

SiSU Metadata, document information

Manifest

SiSU Manifest, alternative outputs etc.

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Lex Mercatoria: Electronic Commerce and Encryption Pages

Electronic Commerce & Encryption

Digital Signatures

This list does not attempt to be exhaustive. It provides links to sources we have found particularly useful, and to other more comprehensive lists of sources on the subject.

Elsewhere off this site: Electronic Commerce compendium

Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, 2000, United States

is law, granting (from 1st October, 2000) electronic signatures the same binding legal status as hand-written signatures and thereby making the signing of enforceable contracts online possible on the click of a mouse, with all that that may imply.

Bill

"A bill to regulate interstate commerce by electronic means by permitting and encouraging the continued expansion of electronic commerce through the operation of free market forces, and for other purposes"

Legal Aspects of the E-Revolution (archived site) European Commission - Information Society Directorate-General

Internet Law & Policy Forum "dedicated to promoting the global growth of e-commerce by contributing to a better understanding of the particular legal issues which arise from the cross border nature of the electronic medium"

Links on Law, Cryptography and Electronic Communications Prepared by Juan A. Avellan of the Information Technology Law Unit, Queen Mary and Westfield College

Global E-Commerce Law Baker & McKenzie

The CyberNotary Committee Science and Technology Section of the American Bar Assocation co Chairs: Theodore S. Barassi & Joseph H. Alhadeff

Digital Notary Systems American Bar Association

Digital Signatures Guidelines American Bar Association


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