The name ”clickwrap” is derived from the use of ”Shrink Wrap Contracts”, usually used in software purchases in boxes that ”contain an indication that the user meets the software conditions it contains by tearing the Shrinkwrap”.  Clickwrap is an online agreement between a user and a company in which the user must click on a box or button before downloading content, making a purchase or using a website. The field or button confirms that the user accepts an online contract with the company and replaces the user`s signature. Browsewrap is a passive method to get users to accept and be bound by your legal agreements. Amazon AWS uses a control box that users must click before creating an account. This control box is next to a sentence that says, ”Check here if you have read the terms of the AWS Customer Agreement and agree with them.” Your users only have the option to click on the agreement or leave the site. You cannot use this benefit to deprive the user of more than necessary.