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Cyberlaw and the Global Economy Class 2.1: Online Transactions Harvard Law School Fall, 2003. John Palfrey September 17, 2003. Cyberlaw and the Global Economy. Commercial Transactions. 2.1 Online Transactions 2.2 Business Models 2.3 Mergers & Acquisitions. Intellectual Property.

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Cyberlaw and the Global EconomyClass 2.1: Online TransactionsHarvard Law SchoolFall, 2003

John Palfrey

September 17, 2003


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Cyberlaw and the Global Economy

Commercial

Transactions

2.1 Online Transactions

2.2 Business Models

2.3 Mergers & Acquisitions

Intellectual

Property

Data Protection,

Security

and Privacy

ICT and

Development


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Cyberlaw and the Global Economy

Commercial

Transactions

3.1 Brand

3.2 Copyright & Digital Media

3.3 Copyright Alternatives

Intellectual

Property

Data Protection,

Security

and Privacy

ICT and

Development


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Cyberlaw and the Global Economy

Commercial

Transactions

4.1 Data Security/Privacy

4.2 Lawful Intercept

Case Study

Intellectual

Property

Data Protection,

Security and

Privacy

ICT and

Development


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Cyberlaw and the Global Economy

Commercial

Transactions

5.1 An All IP Future?

5.2 Entrepreneurship

Intellectual

Property

Data Protection,

Security and

Privacy

ICT and

Development


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Shrinkwrap

  • Software purchase in shrinkwrap

  • MicrosoftXP Office box reads:

    “You must accept the enclosed License Agreement before you can use this product. … If you do not accept the terms of the License Agreement, you should promptly return the product for a refund.”


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Shrinkwrap - II

  • MicrosoftXP Office

  • Privacy Policy:

    “Instructions and Microsoft’s privacy policy will be detailed to the user during launch of the product.”


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Shrinkwrap – III

  • Delayed presentation of terms = OK?

  • When is a contract formed?

  • Returning the goods

  • Is the customer in a “take it or leave it” situation?

    • Brower v. Gateway 2000, Inc.


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Shrinkwrap – IV

  • Customer is in Amsterdam.

  • Seller is in the Bay Area.

  • Customer is bound by an arbitration agreement in California.

  • Customer can return the goods, but they only cost $9.99 USD.


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Clickwrap

  • Method by which assent is obtained

  • Importance of clicking through the “I agree” button

  • How many people actually read the agreements as they go through them?

  • Do we seek a contract regime that is more protective of consumers online in some fashion?

  • Impact of the plaintiffs involved as law graduates?

    • Rudder v. Microsoft (Ontario, 1999)


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Browsewrap

  • Netscape


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Berkman Center for Internet & SocietyHarvard Law Schoolhttp://cyber.law.harvard.edu

John Palfrey

September 10, 2003


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