Subject: France, Germany, Italy and Portugal block digital signature Directive
From: Emanuella Giavarra (email@example.com)
Date: ma 30 marras 1998 - 21:13:51 EET
Dear list members,
On 27 November 1998, France, Germany, Italy and Portugal blocked a
compromise on the digital signature Directive. The four member states
want the Directive to include a detailed annex of requirements on the
security keys and verification devices that have to be used by
electronic commerce operators.
Speaking after a ministerial meeting, Commissioner Bangemann criticized
the four countries' stance, saying that they were underestimating
developments such as the Internet.
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