The Digital Divide – A Brief Introduction

This article will give an introduction to three topics. What are the highlights of the digital divide? What laws principles underlying the implementation of the digital divide? What are you collecting main aspects of legislation, in relation to the digital divide, which we have to? To begin, we emphasize that there are many synonyms that are used to define the digital divide. Electronic invoicing, electronic invoicing, electronic invoicing, Facturae, e-invoice, invoice data transmission, telematic billing, etc. Although similar, there may be nuances to consider. You can extend this paper and read more information in the articles: “Billing telematics” and “Electronic invoicing (e-bill)” Since 2003 digital invoices and can replace paper in Spain. This is because the digital signature, a tool that ensures the integrity and authenticity of the document was signed, and therefore offers us very high safety guarantees that allow to validate the digital message. The highlights of the digital billing system are: * To give legal validity to an invoice you simply need to be signed digitally. The digital signature should not be regarded as a handwritten signature, and that under no circumstances will require invoices are handwritten signature.

* No need to be approved by tax authorities or sign any contract. Also deleted the approval of software and notifications. The result is a flexible and without red tape. * Any means of transmission is accepted, so that we can send the bill through a network of value added over the Internet or through a mail message.

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