Global Legislation Review
The widespread adoption of e-signatures has been supported by electronic signature laws around the world, including the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law - Model Law on Electronic Signatures (2001).
Today there are more than 75 countries that recognize the legal validity of e-signatures. This eBook provides an introduction to electronic signature legislation around the world, including:
- The three forms of electronic signatures - Basic, Advanced, and Qualified E-Signatures
- A list of e-signature types allowed by each country
- Links to resources such as the Database of Electronic Signature Legislation
- Information about data residency and privacy laws