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electronic signature

n
(Computer Science) computing electronic proof of a person's identity
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What criteria should an electronic signature to meet in order to be enforceable?
The second cornerstone of electronic signature law is the Uniform Electronic Transaction Act (UETA).
In fact, there are 40 words to describe how electronic signatures can be applied in Annex 11, and this compares with 745 words to describe all electronic signature requirements in Part 11, excluding the definitions.
a) an electronic signature incorporated into or logically associated with a particular electronic communication or particular electronic data, and
Electronic signature is sometimes confused with the term "digital signature" and it is important to understand the difference.
The system, implemented at Ukio, is the first commercial decision for which an electronic signature certificate in a Personal Identity Card will be used.
0 boasts new capabilities for consumer end-users to review and adjust any errors in a signed document before submission and also addresses some of the obstacles to wider acceptance of electronic signature technology.
The DOE standards require that the name, date of birth and Social Security number associated with an electronic signature must be authenticated by a third party against an approved database;
Electronic signature hardware and software solutions provider Topaz Systems Inc has launched its eSignature system that enables users to produce a legally enforceable handwritten electronic signature.
what qualifies an electronic signature as authentic
The Electronic Transactions Act defines an electronic signature as an electronic sound, symbol or process associated with an electronic record, which is adopted or used by a person with the intent to sign an electronic record.
Biometric information does not qualify as an electronic signature under the law unless all parties to a transaction expressly consent to its use.
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