Point-and-Click Agreement Law & Legal Definition


Point-and-click agreement is an electronic version of a shrink-wrap license in which a computer user agrees to the terms of an electronically displayed agreement by pointing the cursor to a particular location on the screen and thereby clicking. Point-and-click agreements require express acceptance only one time. However, these agreements may include a clause providing for a user's ongoing acceptance of any changes to the agreement's terms, whether or not the user is notified of such changes. This agreement is also termed as e-contract; click-wrap license; click-wrap agreement; user agreement; website-user agreement; or web-wrap agreement.