In response to Michael H. Warfield email@example.com
Noel D. Torres Taño
ndtt at ll.iac.es
Wed Nov 6 10:56:02 CET 2002
> Not quite, if you use a timestamping service... They stamp
>a message or a message digest with their timestamp and periodically
>publish a public table of timestamps.
> : - Remainder deleted...
> Exactly what advantage would you have over this service:
Simply: I don't want my data to be sent by e-mail. And I don't want my
data to be published. Why are you thinking in e-mail only? I can want an
electronic timestamp on a document I want to have in a floppy and not to
send it anybody, but that I can present at the court if I need that.
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