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Here you can browse the Written Evidence which were ordered by the House of Lords to be printed 25 July 2000.


Memorandum by 3i Group plc

Memorandum by Adhocracy Consulting Ltd (UK & AUS) and DIT Solutions (UK) Ltd on accelerating e-commerce in the EU and Britain

Memorandum by Alternative Thinking Ltd

Memorandum by Mr Peter Apostolou, People-Energy

Memorandum by Alan Bates, Venture Capitalist, on Early Investment in UK Companies

Memorandum by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

Memorandum by British Music Rights

Memorandum by BT Cellnet

Memorandum by Cap Gemini Ernst & Young

Memorandum by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing Supply (CIPS)

Memorandum by Check Point Software Technologies Ltd

Memorandum by the Committee for the Future (Council of State report on the Commission communication to the Grand Committee)

Memorandum by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI)

Memorandum by the Consumers' Association

Memorandum by the Consumers in Europe Group (CEG)

Memorandum by Jeffrey Cooper and Amy Friedlander, PhD, Centre for Information Strategy and Policy, Science Applications International Corporation, on Trust: A Baseline for Future Governanceand e-Commerce

Memorandum by the Corporation of the City of London

Memorandum by Cyber-Rights & Cyber-Liberties (UK)

Memorandum by Digital Exchange

Memorandum by eCity Technologies Limited (eCT)

Memorandum by Energis Communications Ltd

Memorandum by the European Information and Communications Technology Industry Association (EICTA)

Memorandum by the German Federal Economics Ministry

Memorandum by GJW Government Relations Ltd, Health Affairs

Memorandum by Informix Software Ltd

Memorandum by the Inland Revenue and HM Customs and Excise

Memorandum by the Institute for the Management of Information Systems (IMIS)


Appendix B:

Memorandum by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)

Memorandum by Dr Peter Jagodzinski, School of Computing, University of Plymouth, on the growth of e-commerce and its relationship to skills shortages, changing technologies and the provision of education and training in the UK

Memorandum by the Law Society of Scotland

Memorandum by the Licensing Executives Society (Britain and Ireland)

Memorandum by the London Investment Banking Association (LIBA)


Electronic Commerce: legal jurisdiction and applicable law


Memorandum by the Ministry of Industry, Employment and Communications, Stockholm, Sweden

Memorandum by Mobile Age Technology

Memorandum by The National Computing Centre Limited

Memorandum by the National Consumer Council



Memorandum by the Office of Telecommunications (OFTEL)

Memorandum by the Post Office



Memorandum by PricewaterhouseCoopers

Memorandum by the Professional Contractors Group (PCG)

Memorandum by Lord Puttnam of Queensgate

Memorandum by the Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB)

Memorandum by Science and Technology Policy Research (SPRU), University of Sussex, on Alternative Models for Creating Confidence and Stimulating e-Commerce

Memorandum by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT)

Memorandum by the Telecommunications Managers Association (TMA)

Memorandum by Tesco Stores Ltd

Memorandum by Professor Harold Thimbleby, Middlesex University, London

Memorandum by the Trades Union Congress (TUC)

Memorandum by TrustMarque International Ltd

Memorandum by the UK Operator's Group

Memorandum by Vodafone Ltd

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