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RE: BNA electronic product license question

I haven't seen any asking the library to provide a click-through license,
but we have had publishers request we inform users of their "terms and
conditions". We do this on a separate, generically worded webpage that
says something like " various publishers have various conditions, click
here (a link to the publishers site) for specific instructions.

Lenore Hardy, MLS, AHIP
Director of Libraries
MCP Hahnemann University
Broad and Vine Sts., MS 449
Philadelphia, PA� 19102
phone: 215-762-7022��fax: 215-762-4028�����
email: Hardy@drexel.edu����������
web: http://www.mcphu.edu

*-----Original Message-----
*From: Shannon Burchard [mailto:burchards@usfca.edu]
*Sent: Friday, March 29, 2002 8:28 AM
*To: LAW-ACQ@LISTSERV.UC.EDU; liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu
*Subject: BNA electronic product license question
*I am wondering have people have with license agreements that require the
*library to notify users of the license terms (see exact wording below).
*"Customer shall notify all authorized users of the terms of this license
*agreement through either a 'click-through' license that appears online
*each time the licensed products are accessed, or other means that will
*notify users that use is subject to the terms of this agreement"
*Have people seen other publishers put this kind of clause in their
*Any information would be appreciated.
*Thank you,
*Shannon Burchard
*Technical Services Librarian
*Zief Law Library
*University of San Francisco
*2130 Fulton Street
*San Francisco, CA 94117-1080
*Phone (415)422-2249
*Fax (415)422-2345