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(a) At the conclusion of each signature ceremony described in 2 AAC 05.240, the department will store the tamper-evident hash described in 2 AAC 05.240(f) and a read-only copy of the data in the online form at the time of signature, so that the contents of the document each individual has electronically signed can be perpetually verified as to that individual.
(b) To the extent allowed by law, the department will preserve the confidentiality of all stored data that pertains to electronic signatures. If the department receives a public records request, under AS 40.25.100 - 40.25.220, or other similar request to inspect any record pertaining to an electronic signature, the department will refer that request to the appropriate state agency for disposition.
History: Eff. 12/22/2002, Register 164
Authority: AS 09.25.500
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