- CAN-SPAM Act of 2003
- Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL)
- Electronic Communications Privacy Act
- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
- The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (eSign)
- Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 25 of 2002
- Financial Intelligence Centre Act (FICA) 38 of 2001
- Protection of Personal Information Act, 4 of 2013
- Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2 of 2000
- South African Revenue Service (SARS) requirements for an electronic tax invoice
- Council Directive 2001/115/EC
- Council Directive 2002/58/EC
- EU Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC
- EU Electronic Signature Directive 1999/93/EC
- EU Electronic Commerce Directive 2000/31/EC
- The Spam Act of 2003
- The Federal Privacy Law
- Electronic Transactions Act 1999
- Trade Practices Act
- Electronic Transactions Ordinance (2004) – Requires eCertificate from approved Certification Authority for government signature, but any reliable, appropriate, mutually agreed eSignature for non-government.
- Electronic Transactions Act – Requires eCertificate from approved Certification Authority for certain contract types, but others can use non-certified eSignature.
- Electronic Information & Transaction Law (2008) – Certified and Uncertified eSignatures allowed. Certified has more evidentiary value, but neither have been fully accepted by courts in Indonesia. Application and implementation of law is uncertain…
- Information Technology Act (2000) – No specified form of signature stated.
- PRC Electronic Signature Law (2004) – No specified form of signature stated.
- The Electronic Signatures and Certification Business Act (2000) – No specified form of eSignature stated.
- Electronic Commerce Act (2006) – No specified form of eSignature stated.
- Electronic Transactions Law (2001) – Any form of eSignature allowed as long as the audit trail holds up.
- Electronic Transactions Act (2002) – Any form of eSignature allowed.
- Electronic Transactions Law (2007) – eSignature not available to private parties – only through National Centre for Digital Certification. Government only.
- Macau Law of Electronic Documents and Signatures (2005) – Any form of eSignature allowed.
- Digital Signature Act (2013) – Any form of eSignature allowed.
- Electronic Signature Act (2001) – Any form of eSignature allowed.
- Electronic Transactions Act (2001) – Any form of eSignature allowed.
- Electronic Commerce Act (2006) – Any form of eSignature allowed.
- Electronic Signature Law (2004) – Any form of eSignature allowed.
- Law on E-Transaction No. 51/2005/QH11 (2005) – Any form of eSignature allowed.