1. Attorney -General’s Department. E-Commerce
Description The purpose of this site is to provide updates on legal developments in electronic commerce in the Australian government. Links are provided to Frequently Asked Questions and Publications.
2. AUSTRAC publications
Description Reports and Issues papers from the Research Group into the Law Enforcement Implications of Electronic Commerce and the Action Group into Law Enforcement Implications of Electronic Commerce. The Groups were established to research the impact of electronic …
3. Australian guidelines for electronic commerce
Description The Australian Guidelines for Electronic Commerce seek to enhance further consumer confidence in electronic commerce by providing guidance to businesses on how to deal with consumers when engaged in business to consumer electronic commerce. The guidelines …
4. Checklist for business-to-consumer e-commerce in Australia
Description The Checklist for Business-to-consumer E-commerce in Australia seeks to enhance business awareness of key issues to be considered when dealing with consumers through electronic commerce. More detailed coverage of these issues is contained in The Australian …
5. Corporations Law Economic Reform Program (CLERP)
Description Treasury provides policy advice on company law and corporate governance issues, corporate insolvency, corporate financial reporting and electronic commerce, oversight of portfolio agencies connected to corporate regulation and related international issues.
6. Cyberlaw Encyclopedia
Description It was a legal portal for information technology, Internet protocol, and electronic commerce information on the Web. The encyclopedia classified materials including statutes, cases, articles and policy. The site was well organised and easy to use. Links focus on US, …
7. DTI. The Electronic Commerce Directive (00/31/EC) and the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) Regulations 2002 (SI 2002 No. 2013)
Description On the 21 August 2002 the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) Regulations 2002 (SI 2002 No. 2013) transposed into UK law the majority of the provisions of the Electronic Commerce Directive (2000/31/EC), on certain legal aspects of information society services, …
8. Electronic commerce : building the legal framework
Description The Report makes recommendations to the Government on the nature and scope of potential legislation to support and encourage electronic commerce.
9. Electronic commerce in Canada
Description The Electronic Commerce in Canada Website is the official Web presence of the Canadian Task Force on Electronic Commerce. The site offers excellent news, information, and resources about the Canadian government’s ecommerce initiatives.
10. Global E-Law alert
Description A weekly digest covering electronic commerce and internet law news from around the world, delivered by email upon free subscription and on the Web.
11. Law Commission publications
Description The New Zealand Law Commission has released a 3 part report on electronic commerce. Reports are NZLR R50, R58 and R68, available in pdf. From the main page, click the link to Publications.
12. OECD electronic commerce
Description Links to relevant news, articles, speeches, forums and publications on electronic commerce. Themes include, consumer protection, taxation, information infrastructure and economic and social impact.
13. OECD taxation
Description OECD’s taxation work covers a broad range of activities, including tax evasion, harmful tax practices, electronic commerce and environmental taxes. The OECD produces internationally comparable statistics and engages in monitoring and assessment of policies, …
14. UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronic Commerce with Guide to Enactment (1996), with additional article 5 bis as adopted
Description Resolution adopted by the General Assembly [on the report of the Sixth Committee (A/51/628)] 51/162 Model Law on Electronic Commerce adopted by the United Nations Commission on International trade law .
15. UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronic Signatures (2001)
Description The Model Law, adopted in 2001, is intended to bring additional legal certainty regarding the use of electronic signatures. Building on the flexible principle contained in article 7 of the UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronic Commerce, it establishes a …
16. WIPO electronic commerce
Description This web site provides information regarding WIPO’s program of work and activities concerning intellectual property and electronic commerce. There are links to the WIPO Digital Agenda, which sets out a series of guidelines and goals for WIPO, and to the ..
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