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Volume 4 : 2007 Integrating qualified electronic signatures with password legacy systems Abstract   PDF
Heiko Roßnagel, Jan Zibuschka
Volume 6 : 2009 Interception of communications: Skype, Google, Yahoo! and Microsoft tools and electronic data retention on foreign servers: A legal perspective from a prosecutor conducting an investigation Abstract   PDF
Francesco Cajani
Volume 10 : 2013 International aspects of migrating digital forensics in the cloud Abstract   PDF
John W. Bagby, Joseph J. Schwerha
Volume 6 : 2009 International phishing gangs and operation Phish & Chip Abstract   PDF
Francesco Cajani
Volume 5 : 2008 Introducing and working with electronic signatures in mass applications: Notaries and the German commercial register Abstract   PDF
Dominik Gassen
Volume 1 : 2004 Introduction to the Belgian laws on e-signatures Abstract   PDF
Johan Vandendriessche
Volume 2 : 2005 Introduction to the Electronic Signatures Law of People’s Republic of China Abstract   PDF
Minyan Wang, Minju Wang
Volume 5 : 2008 Irish Supreme Court extends the scope of electronic discovery: Dome Telecom v Eircom Abstract   PDF
T. J. McIntyre
Volume 6 : 2009 Judgment in the case of K.U. v Finland: the European Court of Human Rights requires access to communications data to identify the sender to enable effective criminal prosecution in serious violations of private life Abstract   PDF
Tuomas Pöysti
Volume 7 : 2010 Justice and sheriff: Practical and authoritative methods for the electronic issuance of officially certified documents in the United States Abstract   PDF
Timothy Reiniger, Jacques R. Francoeur
Volume 6 : 2009 Known knowns, known unknowns and unknown unknowns: anti-virus issues, malicious software and internet attacks for non-technical audiences Abstract   PDF
Daniel Bilar
Volume 1 : 2004 Legal aspects of electronic signatures in Bulgaria Abstract   PDF
George G. Dimitrov
Volume 2 : 2005 Legal aspects of the introduction of the electronic identity card in Belgian law by the Act of 25 March 2003 Abstract   PDF
Olivier Goffard, Emmanuel Roger France
Volume 6 : 2009 Legal privilege and the high cost of electronic discovery in the United States: should we be thinking like lawyers? Abstract   PDF
Daniel R. Rizzolo
Volume 2 : 2005 Legal regulation of electronic signatures in Lithuania Abstract   PDF
Rimantas Petrauskas, Rytis Cesna, Sylvia Mercado-Kierkegaard
Volume 2 : 2005 Legal update, Canada: PIPEDA’s Secure Electronic Signature Regulations have been published Abstract   PDF
Barbara McIsaac, Howard R. Fohr
Volume 9 : 2012 Letter to the editor Abstract   PDF
Nicholas Bohm
Volume 3 : 2006 Lexecute: visualisation and representation of legal procedures Abstract   PDF
Jörn Freiheit, Marc Luuk, Susanne Münch, Grozdana Sijanski, Fabrice Zangl
Volume 6 : 2009 Line based hash analysis of source code infringement Abstract   PDF
Svein Yngvar Willassen
Volume 4 : 2007 Lorraine v Markel: unnecessarily raising the standard for admissibility of electronic evidence Abstract   PDF
Brian W. Esler
Volume 15 : 2018 Misunderstanding IT: Hospital cybersecurity and IT problems reach the courts Abstract   PDF
Harold Thimbleby
Volume 5 : 2008 Models of investigation and processing of digital evidence Abstract   PDF
Zdeněk Blažek
Volume 6 : 2009 More on suppression and the internet in New Zealand Abstract   PDF
Ursula Cheer
Volume 10 : 2013 Must e-Signatures be reliable? Abstract   PDF
John D. Gregory
Volume 14 : 2017 Network investigative source codes and due process Abstract   PDF
Brian L. Owsley
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