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The Legality of Digital Signatures: When an E-Signature Falls Short

Here at SIGNiX, a lot of people ask us why our digital signatures will hold up better in court than other electronic signatures. We could tell you, but we’d rather show you how electronic signatures have held up in the real world. Let’s take a look at the court case Adams vs. Quiksilver, Inc. (2010 Cal App. Unpub. LEXIS 1236 (Feb. 22, 2010))
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Court Case: Lawsuit Filed Over Poorly Conceived Electronic Signature

In 2004, Christina Labajo bought a DVD, a soda and some candy at a Best Buy in California. When Christina went to pay, the clerk told her she could get a subscription to Sports Illustrated for free, and Christina said she’d like that.
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More on the Ban on Electronic Signatures for Initiatives in Utah

A few days ago, we brought you news regarding a case in front of the Utah Supreme Court regarding the constitutionality of banning electronic signatures from the initiative process in Utah: Utahns for Ethical Government v. Clerks for All Counties in the State of Utah.  The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah, along with a number of cooperating attorneys, had applied to file an Amicus Curiae (friend of the court) brief on the case in support of the notion that the ban was unconstitutional.
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