Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review

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Year of publish: 2009
Publisher: Pario Communications Limited
ISBN: ISSN 1756-4611
Size: 293 pages
Format: A4

Annotation

Digital evidence and electronic signatures may to be mundane - both to lawyers and lat people, but they affect everybody that has a bank account or uses a credit or debit card. The technology now used to deal with money can not be considered to be ubiquitous across the globe yet, but introduction of ATMs across many countries is now occuring at speed, especially in African states. The use of information technology by the banking sector has not prevented criminals from stealing money from banks and organizations that issue plastic cards for the purposes of obtaining cash and buying goods and services on credit. This issue is devoted to the digital evidence and electronic signatures with regards to cyber crime.


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Available only in English.