Public Key Infrastructure and Digital Signature Legislation: Ten Public Policy Questions
C. Bradford Biddle
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Following the lead of the State of Utah, numerous states and several foreign countries have enacted “digital signature” legislation aimed at promoting the development of a public key infrastructure (PKI). While PKI legislation has acquired significant momentum, it is not clear that lawmakers have carefully considered the public policy implications and long-term consequences of these laws. This article surveys ten public policy issues implicated by digital signature legislation.
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