Das De-Mail-Gesetz ist noch immer nicht vom Deutschen Bundestag verabschiedet worden. Es ist die Voraussetzung für die Einführung der rechtssicheren E-Mail. Auf einer weiteren kurzfristig auf Wunsch der SPD-Fraktion angesetzten Anhörung hatten am Montag noch einmal sieben Experten im Innenausschuss des Deutschen Bundestages Gelegenheit, Stellung zum Gesetzentwurf nehmen. Umstritten sind vor allem die fehlende Ende-zu-Ende-Verschlüsselung, die Abholbestätigung und die Frage der Domainkennzeichnung. …mehr
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