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We've all gotten emails with disclaimer signatures, like "This email was intended for the recipients only" or "Our company accepts no liability for this email's content". It turns out they're not just annoying—they probably hold no legal weight, either. The Economist explains the truth about these long, annoying, but very prevalent email signatures: [Email disclaimers] are assumed to be a wise precaution. But they are mostly, legally speaking, pointless.