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Electronic Communication

In general, BYLAND.LAW responds to incoming mail through the electronic communication channel elected by the sender. However, please be aware that sending unencrypted data by e-mail is not safe: e-mails can easily be read, altered and intercepted by unauthorized third parties in the Internet. Therefore, BYLAND.LAW advises against sending confidential and/or sensitive information by e-mail unless it has been properly encrypted. Alternatively, BYLAND.LAW advises you to use either the IncaMail platform of Swiss Post or the Secure Messaging-platform of PrivaSphere Ltd for sending and receiving secure and verifiable e-mails. With IncaMail and PrivaSphere you can send and receive e-mails just like registered letters (R) securely, conveniently and verifiably without installing further software. Furhtermore, you make sure that only the intended recipient can read the message and – on request – you receive a digitally signed receipt.