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    Which of the following best describes how e-mail contracts are viewed under the law?
    a. E-mail contracts are not usually valid because of the ease of deleting e-mail messages.
    b. E-mail contracts for goods can be valid, but not e-mail contracts for services.
    c. E-mail contracts are valid only for contracts less than $500.
    d. E-mail contracts are valid so long as both parties sign a written copy printed out from the e-mail.
    e. E-mail contracts are generally treated similarly to contracts negotiated by other means.

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