v Siddiqui, 235 F.3d 1318 (11th Cir. 2000) where emails were correctly authenticated under the requirements of Fed.R.Evid. 901(a), because a number of internal factors supported the authenticity of the e-mail, including the e-mail address, nickname of the sender and pertinent content; Greece: 1327/2001 - Payment Order, an email address held to be a signature under the provisions of articles 444(3) and 445 of the Civil Procedure Code, for an English translation by Michael G. Rachavelias, see Digital Evidence Journal, 2006, Volume 3 Number 1, 57 - 60; Australia: McGuren v Simpson  NSWSC 35, an e-mail address held to be a signature for the purpose of the Limitation Act 1969, s54(4); Italy: Tribunale Mondovì, 7 giugno 2004, n. 375 (decr.), Giur. It. 2005, 1026, the combination of an e-mail address and a user password of the Internet Service Provider was held to be an electronic signature for the purposes of a summary judgment, for a translation of the pleadings into English, see Gian Paolo Coppola, 'Case Note', Digital Evidence Journal, 2007, Volume 4 Number 1, 44 - 46; Singapore: SM Integrated Transware Ltd v Schenker Singapore (Pte) Ltd  2 SLR 651,  SGHC 58, an e-mail address was held to be a signature for the purposes of the Civil Law Act (Cap 43, 1994 Rev Ed) s6(d).
10 Exempt Resolution N° 09, of February 15, 2001, complemented and modified by the Exempt Resolution of the Internal Revenue Service of July 7, 2005, according to Title II of Law N° 19.799. These resolutions are available at the Internal Revenue Service web site, at http://www.sii.cl/ documentos/resoluciones/anteriores/anteriores. htm.
15 Recopilación de Normas de la Superintendencia de Bancos e Instituciones Financieras y el Número3 del título VI del capítulo III.J.1 del Compendio de normas del Banco Central.
16 Renato Jijena Leiva, 'Comercio Electrónico, Firma Digital y Derecho. Análisis de la Ley N° 19.799', p 174.