Clickwraps are often in the registration processes for social media services such as Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr, wireless network connections on company premises, as part of the process of installing many packages and in other cases where the digital media agreement is sought. The name “clickwrap” derives from the use of “wrap reduction contracts” that are often used in boxing software purchases containing “an indication that the user accepts the software terms it contains by ripping off the retractable paper.”  The Clickwrap method was used at the Tribunal in ProCD v. Zeidenberg, 86 F.3d 1447 (7th cir. 1996), where Zeidenberg purchased a CD-ROM created by ProCD containing a compilation of a database of telephone directories. When buying this CD-ROM, Zeidenberg installed the software on his computer, then created a website that offers visitors the information contained in the CD-ROM at a lower price than ProCD calculated for the software. Prior to the purchase of the software, Zeidenberg may not have been aware of a prohibited use or distribution of the product without ProCD`s consent. However, after preparing the software to be installed on his computer, the software license appeared on his computer screen and did not allow him to continue the installation without giving his consent by clicking on his consent in a dialog box.