Re: Question to german users/ Frage an deutsche Benutzer
Tue May 27 15:47:01 2003
On Tue, 2003-05-27 at 11:51, DeBug wrote:
> WK> Given a signed paper contract about the use of signatures between the
> WK> parties, OpenPGP signed documents can be enforcable to the same grade
> WK> as those with a handwritten signature.
> Bah! really ?
> digital keys can be stolen,
> personal features can't or at least are much harder to mimic/ to copy
> Isn't it the principal difference ?
There is an excellent article on that topic from Bruce Schneier:
This article was written in 2000 and unfortunately lawmakers obviously
haven't done their homework yet (surprise, surprise).
"Free people are free to make mistakes and commit crimes and do bad
-- Donald Rumsfeld on the chaos after the "liberation" of Iraq
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