Rami Olwan

All About CyberLaw, Copyright and Developing Countries


Implementation Regulation of E-commerce in Jordan

The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has issued a Regulation No 11 of 2014 for the licensing and approval of Trusted Third Parties (Certification Authorities) based on article 40 (b) of the Electronic Transaction Law No. 85 of 2001 (published in page 181 of the Official Gazette 5264/16-01–2014.

“Intellectual Property in the Digital Age”, Workshop at Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Eqypt

The General Counsel Department at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina (BA) has organized a three days workshop entitled “Intellectual Property in the Digital Age”¬†on 20-22 December, 2008.

Resolving Domain Name Disputes in Developing Countries- The Jordanian Case

The rapid growth of the internet in recent years and the proliferation of Information Communication Technologies (ICT) have had a profound impact on the way humans communicate, conduct businesses, and sell their goods and services.

E-commerce Law in the Arab World

Most of the e-commerce Arab laws issued so far concentrate on e-commerce, and electronic contracting, electronic signature, and evidencing contracts in cyberspace, but they do not specifically deal with many other issues that need to be regulated as well.