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Re: legal question about certs
On Thu, 26 Jun 1997, Nick Szabo wrote:
-> Ed Gerck:
-> > That's exactly my point. You are not liable if you don't sign.
-> Such a stark binary conclusion is unwarranted. Evidence can have
-> greater or lesser weight, and must be judged in context. If the
-> issuer is highly reputable, and signed a certificate containing your
-> name and a key, that might be weighted quite highly as evidence.
I have always affirmed the negative, as above: "you are not liable if you
don't sign". It is not axiomatic so rewrite it as you have, in the
Obviously, if you don't sign you are "transparent" ;-)
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