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 "Web-wrap" Software License
This ‘Web-wrap’ software license is designed for the distribution of high-volume, low-cost software over the Internet where “constructive acceptance” is established by the end-user ‘clicking’ an ‘accept’ button located at the end of the license terms.
    Ref: WW001
£100.00

 Website Development Agreement (Drafted for the Client’s benefit)
Designed for use between a website developer/designer and a client wishing to have a website designed, built and supported with the technical resources of the developer/designer. It is drafted for the benefit of the Client.
    Ref: WW002
£150.00

 WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (DRAFTED FOR THE DEVELOPER'S BENEFIT)
Designed for use between a website developer/designer and a client wishing to have a website designed, built and supported with the technical resources of the Developer. It is drafted for the benefit of the Developer.
    Ref: WW003
£150.00

 Internet Service Provider Agreement
Used between an Internet Service Provider (‘ISP’) and a private or commercial user who wishes to access the Internet (or other on-line network services) through the ISP’s server(s) (computer systems).
    Ref: WW004
£100.00

 On-line Software Distribution Agreement (Drafted for the Software Owner’s Benefit)
Designed for a Software Owner to grant to an independent Distributor the right to distribute software over the Internet or other network.
    Ref: WW005
£150.00

 On-line Data Subscriber Agreement
Provides end-users with access to online data or to a database of any type – typical in the financial, legal, property, shopping or similar areas where speedy access to information is required.
    Ref: WW006
£100.00

 WEBSITE HOSTING AGREEMENT
Website hosting is simply the storage of a Website and Website material on a server (usually that of an Internet Service Provider (“ISP”)) and the provision of connectivity. This contract provides general terms and conditions for such purpose.
    Ref: WW007
£100.00

 WEBSITE PRIVACY STATEMENTS
Examples of privacy statements used on websites to assure Internet users how the website owner will use visitors’ personal data (if at all).
    Ref: WW008
£50.00

 Website Disclaimers
In order to attempt to exclude liability for the material contained on websites, the author often inserts a disclaimer similar to the examples given here. The disclaimer should be inserted optimally on the first screen of website material (or homepage) so that it is brought to the reader’s attention at the outset. How enforceable such disclaimers are varies considerably from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
    Ref: WW009
£50.00

 CODE OF CONDUCT & TERMS OF USE OF THE [ ] WEBSITE
Codes of Conduct are particularly important to establish liability for illegal and harmful content which may be discovered on the Internet in particular, and set out the type of remedial measures which may be taken by ISPs such content i.e. the removal or blocking access to such content.
    Ref: WW010
£100.00

 INTERNET CONTENT LICENSE AGREEMENT (drafted for Content Provider's benefit)
Displaying the right content on a website will attract visitors and keep them coming back. It is therefore paramount to success that the right content is obtained on the right terms – in this case the terms are for the benefit of the Content Provider.
    Ref: WW011
£150.00

 INTERNET CONTENT LICENSE AGREEMENT (drafted for the Network Owner’s benefit)
Displaying the right content on a website will attract visitors and keep them coming back. It is therefore paramount to success that the right content is obtained on the right terms – in this case the terms are for the benefit of the Website Owner.
    Ref: WW012
£150.00

 ASSIGNMENT OF WEBSITE AND DOMAIN NAME
Websites consist of a complex array of material including visual and perhaps also audio-visual material which we see in the web pages on our computer screens and hear their special effects when they are broadcast (webcast). This Assignment secures the transfer of ownership of all such intellectual property rights including the domain name.
    Ref: WW013
£100.00

 E-COMMERCE PLATFORM LICENSE AND RESELLER AGREEMENT
Designed to contract all parties in the supply chain of selling goods or services online (eg manufacturer, supplier, retailers, selling agents, distributors, delivery agents and customers) to use the same e-commerce system (engine or platform) so that they can share the relevant pool of information about the purchaser, the goods purchased, payment and the delivery address. This contract provides for the now familiar electronic "shopping-cart" which then goes to the electronic payment checkout which offers secure payment options. Once payment is authorised/confirmed the goods will progress to the delivery processing stage.
    Ref: WW014
£100.00

 COLOCATION INSTALLATION & SERVICES AGREEMENT
Colocation refers to the location of physical equipment and interconnection facilities of different telecommunication providers (Telcos), ISPs, ASPs, managed network and hosting providers, and such other providers of e-commerce and communication services all in the same building. This contract provides for a high degree of security, privacy and confidentiality, neutrality and reliability of the physical environmental requirements for the equipment with 24 x 7 x 365 security and support staff to ensure continuous uptime.
    Ref: WW015
£100.00

 INTERNET SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION AGREEMENT
Designed to contract a search engine optimisation/ web positioning consultant to provide services which will increase the website owner’s chance of having its website found when searched for by internet users. Such services may include the creation of doorway sites, micro sites, mask sites, cloaking sites (ie smaller targeted excerpts of existing website but digitally tailored to attract specific search engines and channel traffic to the actual website) as well as the creation of meta tags, key words/terms, multiple links, specific multiple URLs and other ‘devices’ to attract search engine ‘spiders’ to the website for the purpose of gaining a placing in the top 20 listed sites on any search engine.
    Ref: WW016
£100.00

 Application Service Provider Agreement (Drafted for the Service Provider’s benefit)
Designed to contract an Application Service Provider (ASP) to provide a fully hosted, fully managed and maintained suite of software applications which the end user customer can use and pay for as a service on a rental-type basis. This is cheaper for the customer than buying its own system and software. This contract which is drafted for the benefit of the ASP Provider and includes all types of ASP service terms which can be varied or deleted as necessary.
    Ref: WW017
£100.00

 Application Service Provider Agreement (Drafted for the Customer’s benefit)
Designed to contract an Application Service Provider (ASP) to provide a fully hosted, fully managed and maintained suite of software applications which the end user customer can use and pay for as a service on a rental-type basis. This is cheaper for the customer than buying its own system and software. This contract which is drafted for the benefit of the customer and so is firm on commitment and performance from the ASP. It includes all types of ASP service terms which can be varied or deleted as necessary.
    Ref: WW018
£100.00