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Lex Mercatoria: Electronic Commerce and Encryption Pages

Electronic Commerce & Encryption

Electronic Commerce Documents

Cryptography /Encryption

Interest Groups
AES Algorithm (Advanced Encryption Standard)
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
Quantum physics cryptography

Digital Signatures

Electronic Contracts and Electronic Commercial Documents

EDI - Electronic Data Interchange

Electronic Payments

Writings and Links to them

Authentication Solutions - Virtual Identities

Government and other Documents: Stands/Approaches to Electronic Commerce



NoN-Privacy / Security?

Interest Groups & Campaigns


Electronic Commerce Resource Sites




SiSU Metadata, document information


SiSU Manifest, alternative outputs etc.

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Lex Mercatoria: Electronic Commerce and Encryption Pages

Electronic Commerce & Encryption

Electronic Contracts and Electronic Commercial Documents

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

ebXML The UN and OASIS effort: "Creating a Single Global Electronic Market"

Electronic Business XML Initiative (ebXML) The XML Cover Pages by Robin Cover  

XAML (Transaction Authority Markup Language) "vendor neutral that enables the coordination and processing of online transactions in the rapidly developing in the rapidly emerging world of XML web services" backed by Hewlet Packard, IBM, Oracle, and Sun. XAML Cover Page FAQ

Bolero *

Bolero backed by about 120 banks and logistics firms is trying to set up a global standard that would be accepted by governments, shippers, and banks. In doing so the plan to tackle such age old legal concepts as the bill of lading. Bolero plans to use an encrypted communication network to shuffle documents around the world, a process that's now hampered by incompatible computer systems and bureaucrats. Bolero is owned 50-50 by the

eOriginal Electronic Original (Steven Bisbee). From 1999

"eOriginal, Inc. has developed and markets, under two U.S. patents, a fully integrated transaction system that delivers the trusted means for producing electronic documents that are unique, secure and reliable for all business and legal purposes. The company's product suite, marketed as eOriginal, enables the creation of the Electronic Original."

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