10 commercial reasons for complying with cyber laws

10 commercial reasons for complying with cyber laws

Actually, there are really only two good commercial reasons why your online business should comply with laws and regulations: (1) competitive advantage and (2) collaborative advantage. But, it takes another 8 reasons to explain why! Business enterprise fuels the online economy by generating the wealth to provide public services, more and better jobs, higher standards […]

New EU regulation to enable cross-border electronic signatures

New EU regulation to enable cross-border electronic signatures

The European Commission has proposed new rules to enable cross-border and secure electronic transactions in Europe. The proposed Regulation aims to ensure people and businesses can use their own national electronic identification schemes (e-IDs) to access public services in other EU countries where e-IDs are available. It also creates an internal market for e-Signatures and […]

Consultation on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Schemes

Ofcom today published a consultation which reviews the two communications Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Schemes: Ombudsman Services: Communications (OS) and the Communications and Internet Services Adjudication Scheme (CISAS). These are independent bodies which examine and make judgements about communications complaints referred to them by consumers. Ofcom is obliged to keep its approval of the schemes […]