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  • 1. E-Contracts
  • 2. Introduction
    • Most courts find E-Contracts involve basic principles of contract law, applied in the online context.
  • 3. §1: Online Contract Formation
    • Online Offers should include:
      • Remedies for Buyer.
      • Statute of Limitations.
      • What constitutes Buyer’s acceptance.
      • Method of Payment.
      • Seller’s Refund and Return Policies.
      • Disclaimers of Liability.
      • How Seller will Use Buyer’s Information (Privacy).
  • 4. Online Contract Formation
    • Dispute Settlement Provisions.
      • Choice of Law.
      • Choice of Forum.
      • E-Bay uses online dispute resolution.
    • Displaying the Offer (via hyperlink).
    • How Offer Will Be Accepted.
      • Amazon.com--Checkout.
      • “ I Accept” Button to Click.
  • 5. Online Acceptances
    • Click-on Agreements.
    • Shrink-Wrap Agreements.
      • Contract terms are inside the box.
      • Party opening box agrees to terms by keeping merchandise.
    • Enforceable Contract Terms. (UCC 2-204).
    • Additional Terms.
      • Case 18.1: Klocek v. Gateway Inc. (2000).
  • 6. Online Acceptances
    • Click-On Agreements occur when Buyer “checks out” or clicks on “I Accept” button on Seller’s website or when software is installed.
      • Case 18.2: i.LAN Systems Inc. v. NetScout Service Level Corp. (2002).
    • Browse-Wrap Terms.
      • Case 18.3: Specht v. Netscape Communications (2002).
  • 7. § 2: E-Signatures
    • E-Signature Technologies.
      • Asymmetric Cryptosystem.
      • Cyber Notary.
    • State Law Governing E-Signatures.
      • Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (1999).
    • Federal Law.
      • E-SIGN (2000) gives e-signatures and e-documents legal force.
  • 8. §3: Partnering Agreements
    • Sellers and Buyers agree as to protocols to create online agreements.
    • Useful for electronic inventory (Just In Time) ordering of parts and supplies.
  • 9. § 4: UETA
    • Purpose is to remove barriers to forming electronic commerce.
    • E-Signature is “electronic sound, symbol or process…associated with a record and… adopted by a person with intent to sign the record.”
    • UETA applies only to e-records and e-signatures relating to a transaction.
  • 10. UETA and E-SIGN
    • E-SIGN explicitly refers to UETA.
    • Provides that E-SIGN is pre-empted by state passing of UETA.
    • But state law must conform to minimum E-SIGN procedures.
  • 11. Highlights of UETA
    • Parties must agree to Conduct Transactions Electronically.
      • A party can “opt out” of UETA terms.
    • Attribution—process to ensure person sending an electronic record is in fact the real person.
    • Electronic Errors.
    • “ E-Mailbox” Rules.
      • Dispatched when leaves control of sender.
      • Received when enters recipient’s processing system.
  • 12. § 5: UCITA
    • Applies to computer information.
    • Software is not a “good” but intellectual property.
    • Software is licensed, not sold;
    • License contract gives Buyer (Licensee) only specific rights.
    • Attribution and Authentication.
    • Mass Market Licenses.

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