Agreement For Electronic Signature
The electronic signature may also refer to electronic forms of processing or verifying identity through the use of biometric „signatures” or biological identification properties of a person. These signatures use the approach of attaching a biometric measure to a document as evidence. Biometric signatures include fingerprints, hand geometry (finger lengths and palm size), iridescent patterns, vocal characteristics, or even retinal patterns. All this is collected through electronic sensors. As each of these physical properties has claims of singularity among humans, each is, to some extent, useful as a signature.  In the European Union, EU Regulation No 910/2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the European internal market (eIDAS) sets out the legal framework for electronic signatures. . . .