electronic signature

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electronic signature

A method of sending identity verification over the Internet,usually through the use of a personal identification number (PIN).

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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.
FHA's announcement to accept electronic signatures in April gave another push for e-signing to become a standard practice.
The lack of widespread use of electronic signatures and customer feedback identified the need for a DON electronic signature policy.
First, the business community now fully understands the legal aspects of electronic signatures.
university or college to offer secure e-sign capabilities on all legal documents required for a student to apply and enroll in one of our online degree programs, including electronic signatures on transcript request forms.
Similarly, electronic signatures must be protected.
The Electronic Signatures Act also may simplify record keeping, authentication and verification functions for accountants.
Biometric information does not qualify as an electronic signature under the law unless all parties to a transaction expressly consent to its use.
ESIGN prohibits a state from refusing to enforce an electronic contract solely because of an electronic format or because a contract is signed using an electronic signature.
SEATTLE -- DocuSign[R], the market leader and global standard for electronic signature, today published a newsletter featuring Gartner research about the benefits of electronic signature technology in the insurance industry.
Van Bibber has been retained by DSI to consult with the company and its in-house legal compliance department on electronic signatures.
DOE's Standards for Electronic Signatures in Electronic Student Loan Transactions, issued in April 2001, provided standards for electronic transactions conducted by lenders, guaranty agencies, schools, and borrowers under programs authorized by Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965.

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