Viability of Documentary Evidence

No document is admissible evidence in court without a verifiable and satisfactory cryptographic signature identifying the author(s) of the document and the known addressees of the document, cryptographically signed either by the author, or by one of the addressed or outside parties whereby that party vouches for the origin of the document.



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