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>An original signature cannot be replaced by an electronic one in our
>legal system because of the ability to electronically forge/alter
Is it any easier to forge an electronic signature than a normal one?
At any rate, I agree with David that paper documentation will never go
away (see my previous post). However, I need to point out that legally
binding contracts are now accepted by email, including the electronic
David (The Man) Blyth
Thomson Software Products
dsb -at- thomsoft -dot- com
My opinions are not necessarily those of my employer (but they should be).