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Microsoft has filed legal papers in a California court requesting the rejection of all anti-trust settlement claims submitted with digital signatures. The software giant also requested that the court reject all such claims that have...
Germany's federal government is introducing electronic signatures for its employees, a step it hopes will help make the security procedure generally accepted in the country. More than 200,000 employees of ministries and agencies will be...