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ACRONYMS/ABBREVIATIONS
Definitions
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
A.Background
(B)Scope of the study
(C)Defining electronic commerce
(D)Findings and Recommendations
1.Background
1.1Paperless contracts/click through agreements
1.2Acceptance and enforceability
1.3Trans-border dimension
1.4New Forms of business entities/models
1.5Domain Names: A new form of property?
1.6New value of information
1.7Rapid pace of technological development
1.8Information technology as a substitute to human endeavour
1.9The move from products to information services
1.10Trading in information products
1.2ICT policy framework for Uganda
1.4E-commerce in the context of the legal framework
1.5Legal audit of the current legal framework
1.7CONTENT OF LEGISLATION
1.7.1General issues
1.7.2Technology neutrality
1.7.2.1 Broad types of data messages to be covered
2.3Requirement of writing
2.4Requirement of the "signature" generally
2.5Requirement for an “original”
2.6.2Admissibility
2.6.3Authentication
2.6.4Best evidence rule
2.6.7 Trading partner agreements
2.6.8 Conclusion
2.7Retention of data messages
2.8Formation and validity of contracts
2.9Attribution of data messages
2.9.6Acknowledgement of receipt
2.10Time and place of dispatch and receipt of data message
2.11Allocation of liability
2.12International framework
3.JURISDICTION ISSUES IN ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS
3.1Jurisdiction in personam
3.3Natural Forum
3.4Jurisdiction clauses
3.6.1Formation
3.7Defamation
3.8Consumer protection
CHAPTER 4
4.ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE LEGISLATION
4.1Why do you sign Electronic Documents?
4.2What is an electronic signature and how can you sign an electronic record?
4.3Authenticity - Who sent the message?
4.4Integrity - Has the message been altered?
4.5Non-repudiation - Can the message be proved in court?
4.6Establishing trust through security procedures
4.7A digital signature
4.8Replies and acknowledgements
4.9Repeat-back acknowledgements
4.10Process or system
4.11Date/time stamping
4.12Trusted third-parties
4.13Encryption
4.14The Law and trust in E-commerce/legislative approach
4.1.1Digital signatures explained
4.15Certification authorities
4.16Liability of certification authorities
4.2Difference between traditional and digital signatures
4.3Conclusion
CHAPTER 5
5. Computer crime
5.1Justification for review
5.2Data theft
5.3Unauthorised access
5.4Existing legal framework
5.5Assessing the options
5.6Formulating a legal framework
5.7Salient offences
5.7 (b) (i)Australia
(ii)United Kingdom
(ii)Singapore
e) Unauthorised Modification
(iii)United Kingdom
(iv)Singapore
(a)Comparative analysis
5.7.1Procedural aspects
5.8Admissibility of evidence
5.9Analysis of the implications of procedural issues
5.10General remarks
CHAPTER 6
6. Assessing the options of the future
6.1Taxation of electronic products; a challenge to Uganda’s tax law?
6.1.1Tax system in Uganda
6.1.2International perspective on taxation
6.1.3OECD perspective
6.1.4The US treasury perspective
6.2Intellectual property issues
6.2.1Challenges around the protection of intellectual property rights
6.2.2Local context
6.2.3International context
6.2.6Trademarks
6.3Privacy
Glossary of terms
Clause
A BILL for an Act
ENTITLED
THE COMPUTER MISUSE ACT, 2004
PART I – PRELIMINARY
Currency point
THE ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES BILL, 2004
THE ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES ACT, 2004
PART 11- ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES
PART III - SECURE DIGITAL SIGNATURES
PART IV - MISCELLANEOUS
5.Writing
13.Automated transactions
In an automated transaction-
16.Time and place of communications, dispatch and receipt
PART III- E-GOVERNMENT SERVICES
20.Acceptance of electronic filing and issuing of documents
PART V- LIMITATION OF LIABLITY OF SERVICE PROVIDERS
29.Liability of service providers
33.Regulations
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E-Commerce due diligence study in Uganda

E-Commerce due diligence study in Uganda

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Study that recommended the enactment of the present e-laws of Uganda
Study that recommended the enactment of the present e-laws of Uganda

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