Thumbs-Up Emoji Is Valid as a Signature in Contracts, Canadian Court Says

Thumbs-Up Emoji Is Valid as a Signature in Contracts, Canadian Court Says

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A Canadian judge finds that a thumbs-up emoji sent via text could also be considered an agreement to the terms of a contract.
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