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Old 07-16-2006, 05:09 PM
 
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Looks like a great mod, one question though - and it is probably a silly one. I have installed the mod, but the only thing that appears on the checkout page is the check box and the submit button. Works fine, but no verbage. Where and how do you enter " I have read and agree to the "Terms & Conditions" and "Privacy statement"
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If no text is displayed you need to walk through the installation process again.
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Thanks so much for the Mod. It is just what I need to protect our products from unscrupulous theives who try to steal our copyrighted info. I REALLY do appreciate this easy to install mod.
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Old 07-19-2006, 12:37 AM
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nice site 2coolbaby but I was wondering how this mod "protects" your copyright?

All it does is ensures customers have ticked to say they have read and agreed your terms so that if you find they are infringing copyright you can choose to sue them. This isnt protection as such in my opinion.

I have similar challenges with egoods you see and have a number of ways to protect my work, not all of which I have implemented.

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By them having to click their acceptance before purchase is called a Click Wrap Agreement. It is as good as a signature stating that they accept my terms. My Terms & Conditions are my EULA. This protects against copying, usage, disseminating and other items. It will stand up in a court of law, whereas it is harder to make a case without the Click Wrap Agreement. I had a company steal my complete method of game play and now they are a competitor. Not much of one as they still can't write (can't steal talent)! But anyway my lawyer helped me create my EULA and told me that I needed a method for them to have to accept it before being able to purchase. This does that. If they do not click on the acceptance check box, then they cannot purchase.
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Nice mod! Thanks for sharing Zaja \
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yes Mary Lee, I see, so they can take it, but cant market it.
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It really is just a legal agreement that helps you in the event you have to pursue someone legally for whatever reason. If they agreed to something in your Terms & Conditions and your Privacy Policy, then you have them on record as legally agreeing to that with the Click Wrap Agreement.

I not only have copying or theft info in my EULA, but I also have liability claims statements that can help protect me in the event of a lawsuit.

There are many reasons to have a EULA & Click Wrap Agreements (checkbox before buying) have stood up in court again and again as binding, so if you are trying to protect something including your business it is a good idea to have a EULA and this mod!
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yes I see. as a matter of interest though, how do you go about actually proving to a court that they did click the agreement? surely a court would want to see a log that listed this event because maybe your thief would say that the tick box was not in place when he/she purchased? Maybe Im splitting hairs (but actually I am very interested) but Im wondering what you could do to present this as evidence and be able to convince a court that how ever you present this to the court is actually a true and accurate representation of what happend?

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I am not really sure how you would prove that. I had read on one case that a judge visited the website and viewed the Click Wrap agreement and choose to enforce it. Here is a site that covers all of this much more:

http://grove.ufl.edu/~techlaw/vol4/issue3/friedman.html

My guess is that as it is a part of the shopping cart system on my site now, they would consider it having exissted. Even before the click to accept I had a statement above the Submit buttons stating that by Clicking on the Submit button that they were agreeing to accept our Terms & Conditions, which were linked to the terms. My last software had the click wrap lisence built into it.
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