(a) purporting to be a copy, produced from one of the Government's information systems, of the record of any information sent or received by a Government information system in the form of an electronic record; and
(b) purporting to be certified by the Commissioner,
shall be admitted in any proceedings under this Ordinance before a court or magistrate on its production without further proof.
(2) Where a document is produced and admitted as evidence under subsection (1)-
(a) the court or magistrate before which it is produced shall, until the contrary is proved, presume that-
(i) it was certified by the Commissioner;
(ii) the document is a true copy of the record of information so sent; and
(iii) the record was duly made at the time referred to in the document; and
(b) the document is evidence of the contents of the information sent by the sender.
(3) Where a document is produced and admitted as evidence under subsection (1), the court or magistrate may, if it or he thinks fit, on its or his own motion or on the application of any party to the proceedings, summon the person who certified the document and examine him as to its subject-matter.