Nevada Electronic Records and Transactions

Sec. § 720.150
Adoption of regulations by Secretary of State.


The Secretary of State shall adopt regulations regarding digital signatures, including, without limitation, regulations pertaining to:

1.

The use of a digital signature, including, without limitation, standards for the commercial use of a digital signature;

2.

Licensure of a certification authority, including, without limitation, professional standards that a certification authority must meet in conducting its business;

3.

The verification of a digital signature;

4.

The liability that may be incurred by a subscriber, certification authority or recipient of a message transformed by a digital signature, including, without limitation, the limitation of such liability;

5.

The use of a digital signature as an acknowledgment, as that term is defined in NRS 240.002;

6.

The issuance of injunctions and orders and the imposition of civil penalties pursuant to NRS 720.190;

7.

The status of a private key as personal property;

8.

The responsibilities of a subscriber with respect to the use and handling of a private key;

9.

The confidentiality of information represented in a message that is transformed by a digital signature; and

10.

Any other aspect of the use or verification of digital signatures that the Secretary of State determines to be necessary.
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Feb. 5, 2021