The law of E-SIGN: a legislative history of the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, Public Law No. 106-229 (2000)
This collection includes the agency reports from theCongressional Research Service, the Office of TechnologyAssessment, and the General Accounting Office. It alsoincludes various bills on encryption technology as they wentthrough the congressional process; congressional prints,hearings and reports that indicate Congress' intent andoutline their policy decisions. Provisions of the FederalRegister promulgating the rules on encryption are alsoincluded.
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