However, at present, few people in the market, like DocuSign Click, offer the full range of benefits. If it is necessary to defend a Clickwrap agreement in court, the company that entered into the contract must have sufficient record to prove when and where the contract was signed. This includes an indisputable record of the version of the contract displayed at the time of signing the contract and how the site was intended for the user. Simply put, clickwrap agreements are agreements that are made on the Internet. A service provider can publish terms and conditions and the user clicks on the “I agree” button. There are times when the “I accept” button may not exist, but the explicit act of consuming the service may be treated as tacit consent to the agreement. . . .