Clickwrap Agreements

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Seventh Circuit Declines to Review Class Certification Order in Enormous Computer Privacy Class Action

In its recent decision in Harris v. comScore, Inc., the Seventh Circuit declined to review a trial court order certifying a plaintiff class consisting of hundreds of thousands of computer owners who downloaded software that...more

Click & Copy: Breach of Online License Agreements & Copyright Infringement

My article Click and Copy: Breach of Online License Agreements and Copyright Infringement was published in Canadian Intellectual Property Review in December. The enforceability of click-through licenses for online...more

Assignment of Copyright through Terms of Use: Does E-Sign Make It OK? A Tool for B2B Sites Dealing with Unauthorized Access to...

It is a common practice for Web site providers who accept submissions of user-generated content to include a license provision in their “Terms of Use” to obtain rights to use the content....more

Are Your Click-wrap Agreements Letting You Sleep Too Well?

You are an innovator. You work hard. You are the first to get to the functioning platform of a genius new product. But to make money on it, you have to share it, sell it and let people sample it. Of course, you worry that...more

Enforceability of Clickwrap Agreement Called into Question - Checklist for Best Practices in Electronic Contracting

Clickwrap agreements are agreements formed on the Internet. A website provider generally posts terms and conditions and the user clicks an "I Accept" button. The courts have generally held these agreements to be enforceable....more

Doing Business in Canada: Technology

Many Canadian businesses are involved in researching and developing cutting-edge technology in a number of areas including: information technology, high-tech, life sciences, pharmaceuticals, clean technology, environmental...more

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