7. Problems with the Act
Even though this Act means that digital signatures have been legally binding for many years, most people have never heard of them or are still suspicious about their use. It is likely to take many years before their use becomes acceptable and commonplace.
Areas such as conveyancing (buying a house) and writing a will are viewed by the public to be so important that it is unlikely that digital signatures will be introduced for quite a long time.
Many people still distrust the security of digital signatures and may prefer to use the traditional methods of signing contracts.
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