The court could have made another decision if the applicant had not had a separate appeal on the customer support mentioning the terms or if FriendFinder had not been able to provide evidence of the appeal. However, other Browsewrap agreements were applicable as long as certain measures had been taken. The Florida Ninth Circle also referred to an earlier case (Nguyen v. Barnes & Noble Inc. 2014) and found that there was a precedent for denying Browsewrap`s applicability: for Clickwrap agreements, setting up a notification is usually not an issue. In most cases, when the user accesses a website or mobile application that has a Clickwrap agreement, the user is usually asked to accept that agreement. .