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 n.— «“One who signs a contract is bound by a contract which he has an opportunity to read, whether he does so or not”…the judges who authored these words many decades ago certainly did not conceive of the possibility of them being extended to cover on-line agreements. They could not have also possibly contemplated the implication that this concept could be extended—first by the information technology industry itself, and second by the law courts of many countries to cover click-through agreements (often called “click-wrap” agreements).» —“New facets of justice in the world of e-commerce” by Amir Singh Pasrich Financial Express (India) Nov. , 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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