France’s new Digital Republic Act  significantly strengthens protections that control how French businesses use and retain personally identifying data. The law expands the scope and authority of the 1978 French Data Protection Act and brings the country to the foreground of modernizing the legal framework of the information economy ahead of the 2018 implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The Act includes a number of key amendments that improve individual privacy rights, increase the powers of French Data Protection Authority (CNIL), and impose new requirements on how companies and communication providers handle personal information
ESIGN (Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act), a law passed to ensure that no digital record or digital signature could be “denied legal effect, validity, or enforceability solely because it is in electronic form, has been around for 12 years now
Digital Signatures are forever? My goal in this blog series is to cover a wide range of topics and issues relating to digital signatures. Let's get started with a hot question that comes up repeatedly at my talks and webinars, “If an employee leaves our company, and he is...
The problem is that while the act of signing remains valid post-signature, it is quite likely that the signature will not continue to be validatable (is that even a word?)
The digital workplace thrives when employees have the tools to effectively act as both content producers and consumers of content
The E-SIGN law and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act are supported by the federal government and have been adopted by 47 states