Local lawyers should be mandated and consulted to ensure that the necessary changes are made so that click-wrap agreements can be applied to individuals and businesses in these countries. The risks associated with shrunk film and click-wrap agreements should not be minimized. As with any contract, they must be reviewed and evaluated to identify risks. The company can then conduct a cost-benefit analysis to determine whether the risk is justified and whether this risk can be controlled, at least to some extent, through the use of the mitigation described above. Click-wrap agreements (sometimes called “click-through”; The “Click and Accept” and “Web Wrap” agreements are agreements concluded on the Internet. In some cases, an end user may only download a software product or electronic content after “clicking and accepting” the license terms. In other cases, the registration of an online service or the purchase of tangible goods requires the acceptance of such an agreement. Internet users have become familiar with screens that flash legal terms and require the click of an “I agree” button before they can order such goods, obtain services or obtain information. The user must give his consent to be bound by the conditions of the offer by explicitly conporting – usually by clicking on a button with the inscription “I agree” or “I accept”. As a rule, no paper record is made and the signature (electronic or paper) of the internet user is usually not required.
When terms are displayed electronically, either online or as part of the installation process, they are often referred to as “click-wrap” terms. . . .