Saudi Arabia’s Electronic Transactions Act

The Saudi Arabia Electronic Transactions Act 2007 establishes a legal regime for electronic transactions and digital signatures. It consolidates the use of electronic transactions in the public and private sectors, at local and international levels and advocates their use in commerce and e-government.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are the consequences of misuse?
How do public bodies meet the obligation under the Act to ensure secure transactions?
Who is responsible for enforcement of the provisions?


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