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Securing Online Commercial Transactions By Digital Signatures: A Comparative Analysis Of The U.S. E-Sign Act And Thai E-Transactions Act, Watchara Neitivanich Sep 2003

Securing Online Commercial Transactions By Digital Signatures: A Comparative Analysis Of The U.S. E-Sign Act And Thai E-Transactions Act, Watchara Neitivanich

Theses and Dissertations

Main Objects and Purposes of Study: 1. To explore, analyze and identify characteristics of secure online commercial transactions concluded by digital signatures; 2. To study the technology used to create secure digital signatures as well as to harmonize the technical and operational criteria which set the technical standards of digital signatures; 3. To study various schools of thought concerning electronic signatures, which includes digital signatures; 4. To analyze the provisions of Thailand's Electronic Transactions Act; 5. To compare the differences in the Federal E-Sign Act and Thailand's ETransactions Act and to determine any prospective Royal Decree that may ...


Cyberplace: Defining A Right To Internet Access Through Public Accommodation Law, Colin Crawford Jan 2003

Cyberplace: Defining A Right To Internet Access Through Public Accommodation Law, Colin Crawford

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Following the introduction, Part II makes the case that public accommodation law is an appropriate legal vehicle to establish a right of Internet access. Part III begins with a brief review of the current state of public accommodation law followed by a consideration, in light of that review, of some of the possible limitations of public accommodation principles for regulating the Internet. I will then identify which aspects of the Internet should be classified as places of public accommodation. In this connection, I will examine debates about the nature and scope of public accommodation principles as they apply to persons ...