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Sign in New Hampshire Executive Summary Template for Finance & Tax Accounting

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[18:24] * emmaw sets mode +v emmaw [18:24] <centralpole> I don't think anyone will ever have a pdf of anything, or a txt of anything. [18:24] <@emmaw> and no we will never know when someone died [18:24] <Schnibri> emmaw, I think that's what the OP is asking us, for someone to find the original file on his hard drive? [18:24] <@emmaw> because if you were to look up all the messages in the file, and then go to the first message, you are looking at the file that someone else sent to you [18:24] <Schnibri> so there's no way to prove you are the one that sent [18:24] * S3bV (45d3b4c6@gateway/web/) has joined #/r/cicada3302 [18:24] <fastantic4> so how do we prove we were sent this as a cipher? [18:24] <fastantic4> and if we are, then how do we prove we aren't? [18:25] <centralpole> yeah, that's why it's called a secret message [18:25] <centralpole> secret message [18:25] <centralpole> or cipher [18:25] <centralpole> we know [18:25] <fastantic4> but how do we find it? [18:25] <centralpole> that [18:25] <@emmaw> but it seems to have a lot of missing data from the original text [18:25] <centralpole> what message [18:26] <centralpole> that message is the clue [18:26] <@emmaw> and it's a simple solution to a simple problem [18:26] <swiftpantha> What about a text that has a lot of punctuation or some other weird symbols? [18:26] <@emmaw> [18:26] <centralpole> no, that one doesn't seem to be there 03[18:29] * alohja (d1aefd94@gateway/web/freen

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An electronic signature must be:(1) a mechanical, electronic, or digital signature that is issued by a person authorized or required by law to use such a signature; or(2) a writing, recording, or other medium on which is recorded a digital signature; and(3) a copy of this Code that is signed by a duly authorized employee of the Division, the Secretary, or the County Clerk under the direction or authority of the Division, the Secretary, or the County Clerk, and in which the person by whom it is signed certifies or records:(A) the person's name, date of birth, and the address of the person; or(B) the person's signature as a certified or recorded electronic signature or as a written or other medium recording a digital signature, as applicable.(b) This Code does not apply to an electronic signature of a minor.(c) If you have any questions, please contact the Division of Elections at (936) 633-7590.(Source: 98-1356, eff. 7-16-14; 99-30, eff. 6-1-16 .)325 ILCS 5 (325 ILCS 5)Sec. "Electronic signature" defined. "Electronic signature" means any record or copy of which is signed with the use of a computer program or with the use of other electronic medium by one person upon behalf of another and, for purposes of this Code, any record or copy of an electronic signature signed by any person or the agent of any person may be received as legal evidence of any fact within the purview of this Code.(Source: 98-1356, eff. 7-16-14; 99-30, eff. 6-1-16 .)325 ILCS 5 (...