This chapter shall be construed consistently with what is commercially reasonable under the circumstances and to effectuate the following purposes:
(1) to facilitate commerce by means of reliable electronic messages;
(2) to minimize the incidence of forged digital signatures and fraud in electronic commerce;
(3) to implement legally the general import of relevant standards, such as X.509 of the International Telecommunication Union, formerly known as the International Telegraph and Telephone consultative committee; and
(4) to establish, in coordination with multiple states, uniform rules regarding the authentication and reliability of electronic messages.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes