I've seen countless TOS/EULA/Legal agreements that basically say, 'Click here to Agree'.
What legal implication (if any) is there if I circumvent the action of clicking on that link/checkbox/button?
As a teenager, I'd always use keyboard shortcuts to continue the installer/or enter the website. I figured that, since I didn't 'click' with a mouse, I didn't agree. Sure, I pressed tab, tab, enter, but that is not a click. At least, that's what I'd tell myself.
From a legal perspective - does any of that matter? If the screen says, 'Click to continue' and I drop my cat on the keyboard 50 times until the screen advances, have I avoided the agreement? Or am I just a crazy guy throwing my cat around the office?