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From a practical point of view once I sign a document off I do NOT want others to modify that document without some indication.
I currently use git to sign documents off. This works well for me, but takes a bit of explaining for lawyers understand how and why the document's authenticity is verified.
GUI copy mode selection is not scriptable, and verified document authenticity
Posted Jun 2, 2009 8:10 UTC (Tue) by tzafrir (subscriber, #11501)
A shell script that disables it through the configuration, a KDE-level sccript that works through the GUI to disable it, or whatever.
The "DRM" protection is not reliable and enforceable. If you think it is, please point to such an immutable document for the amusement of the crowd.
BTW: I can still generate a new document with your content (give or take a few minor changes) and re-sign it with my signature. The generated document will have a valid format. If that's all you check you won't get very far.
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