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The "Electronic Signature Act of 2008" (eSign Act) made it legal for anyone and everyone to sign documents with their own signature by placing a "paper" (digital) code on electronic records (documents, documents, etc).This is what I mean by "Electronic Signature Act," because in the past, you could use paper to sign something, but not a digital code. But as you might have guessed, the new law also allowed for paper to be used to digitally sign, and that was a big step forward.The Electronic Signature Act of 2008 has been interpreted somewhat broadly to cover a variety of things, like electronic signatures. In the case of a paper document, that means anyone can sign something online and have that signed with their own signature. For documents with a digital code, it means anyone can digitally "sign," digitally sign, digitally sign, digitally sign, digitally sign, etc. It also covers electronic signatures from electronic devices – you can type into a keyboard, and if you make a mistake, you can type a correction.The Electronic Signature Act allows you to use signatures on documents from the Web, such as a website, an email message, text message or instant text message.The Electronic Signature Act of 2008 applies to both paper signed and electronic signed documents.The Electronic Signature Act of 2008 doesn't really specify what kind of signature you should be using, and it can seem confusing at first to be signing something with a keyboard or a mouse on an Internet...