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Terms and Conditions


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Website Terms and Conditions
by Jaime Christine Perez
April 22, 2011
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Internet Law and Legal Issues
Full Sail University

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Terms and Conditions

  1. 1. priceline.comTerms and Conditions Jaime Christine Perez Internet Law and Legal Issues Presented to Dr. Robert Parrillo April 22, 2011
  2. 2. Warning The content, images, and material used for this presentation are subject to copyright,intellectual property, and trademark laws owned by The only purpose in using this material is for a class assignment. I am not in any way an affiliate of
  3. 3. Presentation El Gaupo (AKA: William Shatner) priceline.com
  4. 4. Hosted byJaime Christine Perez CEOJaime Christine Perez Internet Marketing Freeport, Texas
  5. 5. Terms and Conditions
  6. 6. Great Travel Deals
  7. 7. Terms and Conditions
  8. 8. Priceline’s obligations
  9. 9. EnforceableA. Copyright NoticeB. Trademark Notice
  10. 10. Liable: Pricing Errors“If your credit card has already been charged for thepurchase and your Request is canceled because ofincorrect Travel Service Provider information, we willpromptly issue a credit to your credit card account in theamount of the charge.”
  11. 11. You can not force someone into a contract,when they haven’t read it yet.
  12. 12. Not Liable
  13. 13. Not a Valid Contract
  14. 14. Does a contract matter if a customer has not read the contract?
  15. 15. Electronic Signatures in Globaland National Commerce Act (E-SIGN) PART I: General Overview of the E-SIGN Act Public Law No. 106-229 (As it Relates to Federal Agencies) On June 30, 2000, the President signed into law the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act ("E-SIGN"). This version explains E-SIGN as it relates to federal agencies, to assist them in becoming familiar with these new requirements. A. Basic Areas Covered by E-SIGN E-SIGN promotes the use of electronic contract formation, signatures, and record keeping in private commerce by establishing legal equivalence between: $ contracts written on paper and contracts in electronic form; $ pen-and-ink signatures and electronic signatures; and $ other legally-required written documents (termed "records") and the same information in electronic form. E-SIGN applies broadly to commercial, consumer, and business transactions affecting interstate or foreign commerce, and to transactions regulated by both Federal and state government. If there is no writing required by another law, E-SIGN does not apply.
  16. 16. E-SignAgreeVerifyAcceptOpt- Do Not AcceptOpt- Print Doc
  17. 17. Recommended Changes Implement E-Sign Appeal to Users Simplify Terminology Omit No Liability Clause Add Option to Print
  18. 18. (n.d.). Retrieved April 22, 2011. from http:/ (n.d.). Retrieved April 22, 2011. Terms and Conditions. Found at http:/, E. (2009, June 10). Stop Saying "We Can Amend This Agreement Whenever We Want"!--Harris v. Blockbuster. Retrievedfrom Trade Commission. (2001, June). Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (E-SIGN) . Retrieved April 22, 2011.from, Brett J..(2007). Cyber Law: A Legal Arsenal for Online Business. MBS Direct, 2007. p. 83).
  19. 19. Contact Jaime Christine Perez @jaimecperez
  20. 20. The End