Issuance, Suspension And Revocation Of Digital Signature Certificates

The Information Technology Act 2000 (IT ACT) allows the issuance of digital signature certificates (DSC) to facilitate secure transactions over the internet. The IT Act also lays out the process and the procedures to issue the DSC. This summary deals with the procedures for getting digital signatures certificates (DSC), duties of the subscriber and matters relating to suspension and revocation of DSC.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

Who can apply for DSC?
When is the subscriber deemed to have accepted the DSC?
Can there be a suspension of digital signature certificate?
Can there be a revocation of digital signature certificate?


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