In comparing the scroll wheel with a standard multi-page contract, the court invoked the fundamental principle of contracts that a person who signs a contract should have the opportunity to read should be bound to the agreement, whether or not he or she read the contract. First, make sure your customers have given your consent to your agreement by using a box to co-write or the “I agree” button to get acceptance. On the other hand, in “Comb v. PayPal,” the court objected to the application of a fairness agreement. Specht v. Netscape, 306 F.3d 17 (2d Cir. 2002) found that not only is the box or button “I agree” important, but also that the terms must be striking, and it must be clear that the check mark or button refers to the agreement on the terms (and not anything else). A third factor in balancing the applicability of clickwrap agreements and browsewrap agreements is whether the implementation of the agreement would be fair. Since the user was not notified of certain conditions before using the software, the browsewrap agreement was deemed unworkable for the user. PactSafe`s Clickthrough solution is developed by lawyers with a deep understanding of contract law.