But there are many in Click-to-Agree contracts that would take a break for a lot of people if they knew about them. For example, users give the right to store, analyze and sell their data to web-based services – and to third parties with which services enter into contracts that users know nothing about. Increasingly, people are also clicking on their right to go to court if there is a problem. “There is a real concern that consumer protection law is being swallowed up by click-by-agree clauses,” says David Hoffman, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School who studies contract law and psychology. Hoffman is one of the lawyers who thinks the problem of non-reading is not new. Finally, he points out, few people read the fine print, even if they were literally printed. Once you return to Win7, you need to disable automatic Windows updates in order to avoid that this should prevent these updates, you should remain vigilant however, it is possible that the Click-to-Accept page design aggravates the problem.