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a contract that is formed electronically
forum-selection clause
a provision in a contract designating the court, juridiction, or tribunal that will decide any disputes arising under the contract
click-on agreement
an agreement that arises when a buyer, engaging in a transaction on a computer, indicates his or her assent to be bound by the terms of an offer by clicking on a button that says, for example, "I agree"; sometimes referred to as a click-on license or a click-wrap agreement
shrink-wrap agreement
an agreement whose terms are expressed in a document located inside a box in which goods (usually software) are packaged; sometimes called a shrink-wrap license
browse-wrap terms
terms and conditions of use that are presented to an internet user at the time certain products, such as software, are being downloaded but that need not be agreed to (by clicking "I agree," for example" before the user is able to install or use the product
as defined by the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act, "an electronic sound, symbol, or process attached to or logically associated with a record and executed or adopted by a person with the intent to sign the record."
a legally recognized authority that can certify the validity of digital signatures
partnering agreement
an agreement between a seller and a buyer who frequently do business with each other concerning the terms and conditions that will apply to all subsequently formed electronic contracts
according to the Uniform Electro nic Act, information that is either inscribed on a tangible medium or stored in an electronic or other medium that is retrievable. The Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act also uses the term record instead of writing
computer information
as defined by the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, "information in an electronic form obtained from or through use of a computer, or that is in digital or an equivalent form capable of being processd by a computer."