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clickwrap

or click-wrap

[ klik-rap ]
/ ˈklɪkˌræp /
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noun

a license agreement that appears as an icon during the setup of a software program or online service and must be clicked on to agree to its terms.

adjective

noting or pertaining to such a license agreement.

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British Dictionary definitions for clickwrap

clickwrap
/ (ˈklɪkˌræp) /

noun

an agreement made by a computer user through clicking on a particular button onscreen
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