|location||New York, United States|
|visits||member for||1 year, 10 months|
|seen||Mar 20 '13 at 21:37|
Recovering lawyer, working for a legal startup.
Personal blog: http://allvelvetmornings.tumblr.com/
Web presence: http://vrnc.info/
|bio||website||docracy.com||visits||member for||1 year, 10 months|
|location||New York, United States||seen||Mar 20 '13 at 21:37|
template for terms of condition for social media based website?
Yes, that's correct. You can sign any document open sourced on Docracy with another person. Of course you will have the chance to make your own edits first, and the document becomes private. Then we send the document to the recipient who can accept or reject.The cool thing is that the other party will be able to see that you used an open source standard. After the countersign, the signed doc is stored on your Docracy account (as a private repository) and we also email a pdf to each party. BTW this is free. You can see on the doc stats how many times a form has been signed by someone.