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The Electronic Signature Act, signed into law by President Bill Clinton in 1998, was designed to protect individuals from having their personal information stolen and fraudulently used. This act provides a mechanism that enables you to verify that an electronic signature is that of someone who is authorized to act on behalf of you. It also provides you with the tools to make sure that your electronic signature is actually from you, the actual owner.How do I know that I own an electronic signature? There are three ways that you can confirm that you own an electronic signature:If you are the registered author of a file that is registered to you in an electronic system, the system must verify your identity. If you are the individual authorized to sign any signature on that file (, a business), the system must be able to verify your identity.What is a signed electronic signature? An electronic signature is a piece of information that is electronically stored on a computer or other electronic medium or transmitted to a recipient's computer by means of an electronic communication. If you send any information to any one of the following people, and the person does not return your message or respond to it, then you can assume that you have sent an electronic signature to them: your employer, your bank, your financial institution, your bank's customer service representative, your local police department, any of the federal agencies listed in section 805 of the Financial In...