A Comparative Study of Shrink-Wrap License

Jiao Xue

Abstract


This paper presents the dilemma of e-commence age that huge amount of computer –related litigation challenges the law of different countries on how to appropriately resolve these difficulties. Through this paper, the author tries to compare UCITA and EU with China’s approaches, seeks for guidance or inspiration for policymakers in China. The author seriously examines the conflicting interests and problems faced by both software suppliers and users. By conclusion, the author believes that there exists a number of grey areas and an urgent need for new judicial interpretation in China.


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