Definition of clickwrap in English:

clickwrap

Syllabification: click·wrap
Pronunciation: /ˈklikrap
 
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adjective

Denoting a legal agreement for which acceptance is confirmed by clicking on a screen icon, such as for software use: do the clickwrap contracts adequately advise me of what the adware and spyware does?
More example sentences
  • Dell has apparently started including a ‘clickwrap’ license agreement on all of its computers that you need to agree to before you can actually use the machine.
  • It asserted, for example, that notice in a service or ‘clickwrap’ agreement - endless scrolls of tiny print no one reads - would constitute consumer permission.
  • But what about the online ‘clickwrap’ contracts that never give you a choice?

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