Cyberspace Electronic Security Act (1999).

Analyzes this law, known as CESA and examines how it will impact business law.

As encryption technology becomes more widely available on mainstream software, privacy issues will become intensified, both by consumers who are interested in maximizing the security of their privacy in the conduct of e-commerce and also, though probably less conspicuously, by employees who want to safeguard their privacy. This paper will critically analyze the CESA and comment upon the impact it is likely to have on business law.