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At 2:00 AM -0500 on 3/11/99, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Title: Survey of International Electronic and Digital Signature Initiat
> Resource Type: Report
> Date: Mar 1999
> Source: Internet Law & Policy Forum
> Author: Steptoe & Johnson LLP
> Keywords: DIG SIGNATURES ,LEGAL ISSUES ,AUTHENTICATION ,COMPARISON
> The Internet Law & Policy Forum commissioned Steptoe &
> Johnson LLP to survey current legislative and regulatory efforts
> outside of the United States concerning digital and electronic
> signatures. This report provides a comparison and analysis of
> electronic authentication initiatives in jurisdictions outside of the
> United States, including international efforts at the United
> Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL),
> the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
> (OECD), and the European Union (EU).
> This report complements, and in many respects builds on, the
> ILPF Survey of Electronic and Digital Signature Legislative
> Initiatives in the United States (the "ILPF US Survey"). The
> report assumes familiarity with digital signatures and electronic
> authentication generally; readers desiring more background should
> refer to the Background and Authentication Models sections of
> the ILPF U.S. Survey. For ease of reference, this report
> summarizes the legislative initiatives described herein in the same
> table format as the ILPF U.S. Survey.
> Original URL: http://www.ilpf.org/digsig/survey.htm
> Added: Thu Mar 11 0:41:33 1999 0
> Contributed by: Judie
Robert A. Hettinga <mailto: email@example.com>
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