Friday October 08, 1999
In line with previous consultation initiatives, the Foundation for Information Policy Research is offering its web site as a library of submissions to the UK Draft Electronic Commerce Bill 1999.
Previous archiving has resulted in 11 responses to the IOCA review consultation paper; and 40 responses to the April "Building Confidence in Electronic Commerce" consultation report.
In continuing its efforts to promote openness and discourse in developing policies that may affect the landscape for electronic commerce, and technology policy in general, FIPR welcomes the opportunity to publish the contributions of individuals, organisations, and companies to the government consultation process.
If you are interested in submitting your own response, we request that the submitted document is in ascii text or html format (but we can also accept Postscript, PDF, and MS-Word), and sent to Gus Hosein, at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would prefer us to link to a document on your own site, just send us the URL.
Return to the Draft E-Commerce 1999 Bill Review front page.
Return to FIPR Front page.
The Foundation for Information Policy Research is registered in England and Wales under the Companies Act 1985 as a private company limited by guarantee (No.3574631). Application for charitable status is in progress.
Last Revised: October 25 1999