The court found that these positive acts were sufficient to inform the staff adequately and sufficiently. It is not mentioned that by clicking on the “I agree” button, you accept the terms of the service agreement. On the contrary, because a user would be right to think that by clicking on the button, he is doing exactly what TransUnion has indicated, namely not giving his consent to any conditions. TransUnion had included an arbitration clause in its service agreement and was attempting to impose arbitration. The claimant indicated that it was not bound by the terms of the agreement because the terms were not sufficiently disclosed. The following are some examples of appropriate clickwrap methods that use the “Click to Accept” or “I Agree” buttons to inform users of the Terms and obtain approval of those Terms. DDDs are usually signed with the traditional electronic signature, in which the agreement is delivered to a particular person whenever an NDA needs to be signed.. . . .