The development and increasing take-up of electronic technologies such as the Internet present businesses with new and exciting opportunities in e-commerce, such as exposure to worldwide markets and greater automation of existing business processes. New Zealand businesses and legal professionals need guidance across the broad spectrum of laws that apply to e-commerce, in both New Zealand and global contexts. A GUIDE TO E-COMMERCE LAW IN NEW ZEALAND is a topical overview of the law and issues relating to e-commerce in New Zealand. It combines the relevant principles, legislation, and case law with practical guidance for businesses engaging, or intending to engage, in e-commerce.institution) and the card holder, whereby the card holder agrees to make future payment to the card issuer for those ... Various models of internet credit card electronic payment mechanisms have emerged to address security issues ... ANZ and Visa International have launched a programme to convert ANZa#39;s credit card technology to chip technology, introducing multi-application chip- based credit cards.
|Title||:||Guide to electronic commerce law in New Zealand|
|Author||:||Simpson Grierson. x-tech Group|