THE LAW AND THE INFORMATIONAL SOCIETY: ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE AND ELECTRONIC CONTRACT

Author(s): MARIANA RUDAREANU
mariana_rudareanu@yahoo.com
FLORIN FAINISI
gnosis2401@gmail.com
SOFIA BRATU
sofiabratu@yahoo.com
MARIAN ILIE
marian06ilie@yahoo.co
ANTONIO-SILVIU MUTULESCU
antonio_mutulescu@yahoo.com
Spiru Haret University, Bucharest
Journal: Proceedings of the 1st IISHSS International Conference on the Economics and Psychosociology of Intercultural Relations in the Contemporary Mediascape
Volume: 1
Year: 2011
Full text: http://www.contemporaryscienceassociation.net
Publisher: Addleton Academic Publishers, New York

Abstract.

For the first time the age of information technology raises the issue of legal distinction between a document and its support, especially when the support of the document could be an electronic one. Modern society confronts itself with a significant transition from the legal act fixed on paper to the information stored electronically. Both at a European level as well as at a national one the creation of a legal framework for electronic signatures was pursued with the purpose of facilitating the use of electronic signatures and contribute to their recognition, as well as to drawing up contracts by electronic means. pp. 199–207

Keywords: electronic signature, electronic contract, European directive, national legislation

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