DigiStamp Signature Policy 1.3.6.1.4.1.8291.2.1

This Signature Policy of DigiStamp delegates to the content of IETF RFC 3126 titled "Electronic Signature Formats for long term electronic signatures" dated September 2001. Individual copies of this RFC can retrieved from www.ietf.org. This comprises the extent of this Signature Policy with the clarification of countersignature commitments below.

As stated in RFC 3126: "The contents of this Informational RFC is technically equivalent to ETSI TS 101 733 V.1.2.2. The ETSI TS is under the ETSI Copyright (C). Individual copies of this ETSI deliverable can be downloaded from http://www.etsi.org"

At the time of this writing, a copy of RFC 3126 dated September 2001 is stored at www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3126.txt

IETF is the abbreviation for "Internet Engineering Task Force".
ETSI is the abbreviation for "European Telecommunications Standards Institute".

Section "3.12.1 Commitment Type Indication Attribute" is appended to include these generic commitment types meanings when used on a countersignature.
Proof of approval (countersignature)
Indicates that the counter-signer recognizes to have received the content of both the signed data and the verified signature and then the counter-signer has approved that original signature.
Proof of receipt (countersignature)
Indicates that the counter-signer recognizes to have received the content of both the signed data and the verified signature that is being counter signed.

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