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  • 1. Thls pnn ed artír:,e nay ct De photocop e a~d s for the exc!us ve L,A o v1s rica Aoki ror a multi-use licence please contact Ala" Mowa ún +44 2C -2340606. September 23 2002 - BrazilI New company swells the rank~ of digital cerrtication providersII Brazilian company Serasa has received authorization to provide certification serviees for digital doeuments and electronie signatures. This means it can bestow on an electronie doeument the same legal validity as a doeument that has been signed by hand and notarized. Serasa was founded in 1968 and is one of the largest companies in Brazil providing economie and financial analysis, as well as information and databank services. Other companies that have been authorized, or are in the proeess of seeking authorization, to provide digital eertification services include Serpro, CertiSign and Unicert. The Provisory Measure 2200, published last August, established the rules to be followed ín order to guarantee the legal validity and integrity of e-doeuments through digital certification (see Government launches digital certification system). The legality of electronie eommunications is recognized by the courts when they have been certified by authorized companies such as Serasa. So far, there has been no court actíon in Brazil contesting the validity of certified eleetronie documents or signatures. Erica Aoki, Stroeter, Royster & Ohno Advogados - Advogados AssoGiated with Steel Hector & Davis LLP, São Paulo © Copyríght 2004 - 2008 Globe Business Publishing Ltd

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