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shrink wrap

plastic covering of a product and, by extension, the method of trying to impose conditions on use of goods (or of a LICENCE to use software) making the opening of the wrapper an acceptance of conditions of use.
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The conventional shrink-wraps are not biodegradable and can take up to 400 years to break down.
Ms Natascha Edelmann, Head of Marketing at Masafi, said: "The new shrink-wraps on our Masafi bottles are totally environmentally preferable, sustainable alternative to current materials and have been comprehensively tried, tested and proven safe for food products.
Some print publishers have recently started enclosing shrink-wrap licenses with traditional books.
THE NEW PLA PLASTIC CONTAINERS FEATURING THE COMPANY'S SCALLOPED DESIGN ARE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO RETAILERS, AND THE ECO-FRIENDLY INSERTS AND SHRINK-WRAP WILL BE PRESENTED IN THE SPRING.
If a shrink-wrap license can prohibit reverse engineering, can it also prohibit first sale?
(14) Rights to use such a product are referred to as "shrink-wrap license;" the product is "canned software."
Even though RMAs are COTS products, buyers cannot expect to break the shrink-wrap on the box, install the product, and expect it to work overnight.
The patent describes Foilmark's use of a transfer production method to add a holographic relief pattern in an adhesive, an image intensifying layer (a high-refractive index layer) or a release coating on the shrink-wrap film, thus overcoming differential shrinkage problems or the need for pre-shrinkage of the holographic layer.
industry practice can sometimes operate rather like adverse possession in land law; once a particular practice has become widely accepted, the courts will, quite rightly, become increasingly reluctant to overturn that practice but will rather seek to interpret the law in a way which is consistent with that practice ..." (Gardener, Paul, "Shrink-Wrap Licenses: Beta v.
Fuji Seal, a Japanese pioneer in development of shrink-wrap seals and labels, said it will purchases a 100% equity stake in the Kentucky-based firm on Dec.
UCITA will write into state law some of the most egregious excesses contained in shrink-wrap software licenses.