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Ph.D. Jerzy Pejaś
Legal regulations related to electronic signatures and electronic identification to make services within the common market more accessible

Robert Podpłoński
Important changes in the draft of new Act on electronic signatures in Poland

Jerzy Molak
Electronic signature in business in relation to legislative changes in Poland

Wiesław Paluszyński
Electronic signature in public administration relating to legislative changes in Poland

Ph.D. Przemysław Polański
Interoperability in EU and Polish law

Ph.D. Dariusz Szostek
eCourt – the legal basis and the first conclusions after the initial period of activity

Andrzej Ruciński
New PKI services resulting from the draft of Act on electronic signatures

Jacek Czech
Consequences of the Services Directive from the perspective of working of Single Contact Point

Igor Zagorskiy
Changes in legislation in the Russian Federation in the field of electronic signature

Włodzimierz Chocianowicz
Normalization activities undertaken for the benefit of electronic signatures and electronic identification to make services within the common market more accessible

Daniel Wachnik
The new format of electronic signature PadES (PDF Advanced Electronic Signatures)

Hans Graux
IDABC reports: eSignature and eID interoperability

John Stienen
Electronic signature, eID and validation – EU developments

Olivier Delos
The CROBIES study – Towards a more comprehensive framework for eSignatures and ancillary certification services

Vadim Ovcharenco, Aleksander Donos
Secure cross-border electronic exchange of information within the Commonwealth of Independent States and the European Union

Eduardo Portero, Jordi Buch
Current Spanish eGovernment status-of-the-art

Alfonso Tornatore
e-signature in Italy

Ph.D. Corrado Ronchi, Kris Nowak
A Giant with feet of clay

Mindaugas Žaliukas
e-signature in Lithuania

András Attila Barsi
Successful PKI Business Models in Hungary

Alvaro Domingo
e-signature in Spain

Siergiey Kirushkin
Cross-border interoperability of PKI – current issues

Grzegorz Wojtenko
Information security and electronic signature in card payment systems

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