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1. The uploaded documents are automatically REGISTERED (i.e. registration stamp applied) and stored SECURELY & CONFIDENTIALLY in the USER RECORDS for as long as the user wants. User can use the documents as proof that he authored the ideas or made the discoveries described in the documents as early as the creation date and time shown by the TIME STAMP on the REGISTERED DOCUMENT. 2. We offer proof via an OFFICIAL RECORD and/or TESTIMONY that user has created the documents in the User Records at the time & date shown by the TIME-STAMP. Upon uploading a document you will receive an email including as attachment the associated Document and Receipt (we are your on-line WITNESS). 3. TIME-STAMP on document           PRIORITY-DATE for specific idea or discovery (and for the published Priority-Claims and Priority-Certificates) 4. Registered Documents are considered as Draft/Private Priority-Claims (to be converted into published / formal Priority-Claims)
USER RECORDS (Registered Documents)
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documents
Date & Time
Created
1
02/15/2015
2
02/28/2015
3
Voice-1
03/02/2015
4
Video-record-1
03/11/2015
5
Voice-2
04/05/2015
6
File-4.ppt
05/01/2015
7
Priority-Claim-1
06/01/2015
8
Priority-Claim-2
07/05/2015
Documents created in a previous session cannot be changed (stored on read-only memory). You can append new info to a previous document and save it as a new document.
Personal Priority Account of: Mark C. Simpson
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