(5 ILCS 175/15-305)
    Sec. 15-305. Disclosure.
    (a) For each certificate issued by a certification authority with the intention that it will be relied upon by third parties to verify digital signatures created by subscribers, a certification authority must publish or otherwise make available to the subscriber and all such relying parties:
        (1) its certification practice statement, if any,
    
applicable thereto; and
        (2) its certificate that identifies the certification
    
authority as a subscriber and that contains the public key corresponding to the private key used by the certification authority to digitally sign the certificate (its "certification authority certificate").
    (b) In the event of an occurrence that materially and adversely affects a certification authority's operations or system, its certification authority certificate, or any other aspect of its ability to operate in a trustworthy manner, the certification authority must act in accordance with procedures governing such an occurrence specified in its certification practice statement, or in the absence of such procedures, must use reasonable efforts to notify any persons that the certification authority knows might foreseeably be damaged as a result of such occurrence.
(Source: P.A. 90-759, eff. 7-1-99.)