Electronic Signature (Legal And Technical Perspectives)
About the Book
It is an important work that fills the gap in the law library of the new millennium. It tells not only the story of the evolution electronic signature but also dwells on its technological aspects in the legal terra firma of hand signature. The comparative study of ten legal approaches made by different countries and various international organizations is the main attraction of this book that makes it relevant and inevitable for a global readership. A note on the Indian Law in the form of Annexure makes the book exceptionally essential for the Indian professional. Being the first book specifically on the subject it is having good potential. The book will be indispensable for legal academic. Any legal professional seriously into the subject will find it useful. The aspect of convergence of law and technology is capable of generating interest persons in other subject area. Without doubts any good law library will not be complete without the book.
About the Author
The author had his graduation in Physics and after that had his LL.B. and LL.M. from Cochin University of Science and Technology. Presently is practising as lawyer and is guest faculty at National University of Science and Technology (NUALS), Kochi. The author’s study in the subject of information technology law is of almost one decade old when he did his dissertation in the subject. He has been handling the subject of Information Technology Law since the start of NUALS. Presently his doctoral research in Cochin University of Science and Technology is also in the same subject area.
Table Of Contents
2. Electronic signatures: The Various Technical Possibilities
3. Electronic signatures: The Legal Issues
4. Law of electronic signatures: A comparative study