On May 25, 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) approved by the European Union, will enter into force. Its application will affect all companies, regardless of their size and sector of activity, and noncompliance with it could entail fines of up to €20 million, or the equivalent of 4% of the company’s turnover, […]

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At present, e-mail is one of the most frequently used means of information exchange between companies and individuals.  It is used for all types of matters and communications, including those of great importance, relying on the fact that the mere act of sending the e-mail is proof enough that it has actually taken place. That […]

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40% of Spaniards make Internet purchases every month according to data provided by the Spanish Economic and Social Council, which highlights that in 2016, electronic commerce turnover in Spain rose by 23.3% over the previous year for a total of close to €22 billion. Although these figures are still far from those of other European […]

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There seems to be some confusion between different concepts that have something to do with cryptography, particularly in their application to email communications: signature, encryption, encoding, and registration of email messages. Digitally signed emails Digitally signing emails only fulfills two objectives: Non-repudiation: to accredit who the author of the communication is. Integrity: to ensure that […]

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Lenders are obliged by regulation to provide very specific information to customers at the very first stages of a credit product application, the information to be provided in any durable medium. In order to be able to prove that they have complied with their obligation to inform, it is mandatory to keep immutable records of […]

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eEvidence took part in the last edition of  the eFintechShow, a meeting based in the new business models of the financial sector, banking and insurance. Two days in which the participants had the opportunity to share their success stories and analyze the new trends as well as the main challenges the sector may deal with. […]

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Effective 17 October 2015, Visa has implemented changes to the dispute rules related to Compelling Evidence. These changes now allow merchants greater flexibility in providing documentation to prove the cardholder participated in the transaction and make the process more efficient while managing customer disputes. The changes on admissible Compelling Evidence are particularly relevant to the […]

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Aliquia.com specializes in managing the liquidation of assets for companies and individuals legally declared insolvent. Meant for providing the maximum levels of availability and confidence, Aliquia.com seamlessly organizes all available assets, allowing subscribers to place purchase offers as well as to participate in online auctions judicially approved. By joining eEvidence’s partner program, Aliquia.com encourages the […]

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We have added new language versions for the eEvid PDF certificate. With this update, the electronic evidence is now available in English, Spanish, French, Catalan, German, Netherlands and Portuguese. To update your cert’s language settings, go to My Account in your user private area. Be aware, though, that updating your cert’s default language will not […]

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