Netscape, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals examined the applicability of a Browse Wrap contract concluded on the Netscape website.  Users of the site were invited to download free software to the site by clicking on a tinted button called „Download.“ :22 It was only when a user scrolled to the next screen that he came to an invitation to check the full terms of the program`s license agreement available through the hyperlink. :Complainants who had not seen the agreement downloaded the software and were subsequently prosecuted for violations of federal data protection and computer fraud laws that resulted from the use of the software. 23-25 The second circle then found that an essential ingredient in contract formation is the reciprocal manifestation of consent. :29 The court stated that „a consumer`s click on a download button does not give consent under the terms of the contract if the offer does not make the consumer understand that a click of the download button would mean consent to those conditions.“ :29-30 As the complainants were not informed of these conditions, they were not bound by them. 30-32 Even after a product has been downloaded and installed and a click-wrap agreement has been accepted, the user should be able to verify the terms of the Click Wrap agreement if they choose to.