Electronic Communications Act 2000: Elizabeth II. Chapter 7
- Corporate Author:
- Great Britain
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
The main purpose of the Act is to help build confidence in electronic commerce and the technology underlying it by providing for: an approvals scheme for businesses and other organisations providing cryptography support services, such as electronic signature services and confidentiality services; the legal recognition of electronic signatures and the process under which they are verified, generated or communicated; and the removal of obstacles in other legislation to the use of electronic communication and storage in place of paper. The Act also contains provisions to update procedures for modifying telecommunications licences.
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