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Hi

Do anyone know if a someones privacy rights have been infringed if a signed document has been scanned and uploaded onto a website at all? And if so what would be a good way to disguise the signature on a declaration document?

Many Thanks

Didolouise

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It would be hard to argue that your signature in and of itself is a private document. Whether or not the a document is, w/your signature uploaded and placed onto a website would be determined by the nature of the document, the nature of the website, and the nature of the 'usage'. If you are concerned about the document, have a lawyer write a cease and desist letter.

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>Do anyone know if a someones privacy rights have been infringed if a
>signed document has been scanned and uploaded onto a website at all?
I'd say if a signature was required on the document, it falls under the category of potentially sensitive.

>what would be a good way to disguise the signature on a declaration document?
Run it through a redaction process to black out the signature and any other potentially sensitive information.

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