Electronic SIGNATURES in Global and National Commerce Act

Cougias, Dorian
October 2007
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2007, p158
Trade Publication
The article discusses the business requirements composed in Electronic Signature in Global and National Commerce (ESIGN) Act in the U.S. The requisites which includes that each business provide in writing and make electronically available to consumer and they will be consenting to the use of their signature and electronic records. It cites that it is only valid if the consumer confirms his consent electronically. A list of requirements to check against the ESIGN program is also presented.


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