Ian G writes:
 | In the end, the digital signature was just crypto
 | candy...

On the one hand a digital signature should matter more
the bigger the transaction that it protects.  On the
other hand, the bigger the transaction the lower the
probability that it is between strangers who have no
other leverage for recourse.

And, of course, proving anything by way of dueling 
experts doesn't provide much predictability in a jury
system, e.g., OJ Simpson.


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