Lex Mercatoria: Electronic Commerce and Encryption Pages
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Summary Of Electronic Commerce And Digital Signature Legislation McBride Baker & Coles
E-Commerce Follesdal, Coolconnect (check details)
Electronic Commerce and EDI NRCCL's Law and Information Technology Links
E-Commerce Project America Online
Electronic Commerce by Michael Waidner
Electronic Commerce Online Resources List maintained by Gilbert & Tobin, Australia
Electronic Commerce at the International Chamber of Commerce
Electronic Commerce Morino Institute
European Internet Forum (including Globalisation and the Information Society; Digital signatures and encryption; Internet Governance)
DTI ECommerce UK Department of Trade and Industry
Electronic Commerce Library American Bar Association: "a research project funded by the European Commission's DG XIII, which seeks to set up a platform on the legal issues of electronic commerce with the objective of providing legal support to EC-funded RTD projects on any issue of law linked to electronic commerce, thereby stimulating expertise and increasing general awareness of the existing or recommended legal framework of electronic commerce."
E-Comm Links E-Commerce Task Force, Canada
Center for Law, Commerce and Technology School of Law University of Washington
Electronic Frontiers Australia "representing Internet users concerned with on-line freedoms"
The Commerce Standard The Standard for Internet Commerce is a uniform open and free standard for Electronic Commerce. ZiffDavis publisher initiative developed collaboratively with more than 200 top global Internet merchants, IT vendors, analysts, policymakers, consumer advocates, academics and journalists in an effort to establish a set of merchant practices and policies. Topics for Draft 1.0 include: merchant information, product availability, charges and fee information, warranties, product support, search capabilities, privacy, security, payment and billing, receipt of order notification, order status and history, shipping delivery and order execution, cancellations, returns, refunds and customer support. Launched in 12 July 1999, completion planned for December 1999. Global Information Infrastructure.
Global Business Dialogue on Electronic Commerce (GBDe) An international non-governmental organization, managed by executives of 29 major enterprises in the United States, Europe and Asia, that promotes establishing global rules for electronic commerce over the Internet.
GBDe member companies submit requests for legal arrangements for electronic commerce representing the interest of industries during the first GBDe convention held on 13 September 1999 in Paris, and these will be submitted to the government of each country.
The following nine themes will be covered: (1) authentication and security, (2) consumer credibility, (3) contents/business communication, (4) inter-operability of information infrastructure and governance, (5) intellectual property, (6) control, (7) reliability, (8) protection of private data and (9) taxes/tariffs.
Member companies include: Japan - Fujitsu Ltd., NEC Corp., Toshiba Corp., Mitsui & Co., Ltd., Mitsubishi Bank Ltd., Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp; North America - IBM Corp., MCIWorldcom Inc., Nortel Networks Corp., Time Warner Inc. and Walt Disney Co.; Europe - France Telecom, Nokia of Finland, DaimlerChrysler Corp. of Germany and others.
Guidelines of the Electronic Commerce and Consumer Protection Group [the "Group" appears to be gone] (America Online, AT&T, Dell Computer Group, IBM, Microsoft, Network Solutions, Time Warner Inc., Visa USA Inc)