[ee-sig-nuh-cher, -choo r]
noun Digital Technology.
a technology that allows a person to electronically affix a signature or its equivalent to an electronic document, as when consenting to an online contract.
such a signature or its equivalent.Compare digital signature.
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- e-rosette test,
Origin of e-signature
Also called electronic signature.
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