Re: Signatures on Electronic Forms
RYAN KEIL (RYAN.KEIL@M.CC.UTAH.EDU)
Thu, 22 Jun 1995 22:14:43 -0600
On Wed, 21 Jun 1995, Dean Malone, TSS, 202-307-1755 wrote:
> the same problem was with credit cards. But until the courts
> systems and judges agree we will still have to have a written
> signature on a document.
A solution to this that has been acceptable in some realms is to file an
original-with-real-signatures form that directs and authorizes the
acceptance of future electronic forms. Such a written document would
indicate who is authorizing the original form, who will be authorized to
act on the electronic forms, what electronic forms will be authorized, and
how to verify, if necessary, any questionable electronic forms.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City