European Union E commerce Law

Provides a quick and consolidated reference volume for lawyers to the most important European Union legislation for e-business activities.

European Union E commerce Law

Author: Siegfried Fina

Publisher: Stanford Law & Politics

ISBN:

Page: 262

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Provides a quick and consolidated reference volume for lawyers to the most important European Union legislation for e-business activities.

EU Regulation of E Commerce

This important new book addresses the key pieces of EU legislation in the field of e-commerce, including the E-commerce Directive, the Services Directive, the Consumer Directive, the General Data Protection Regulation, and the eID ...

EU Regulation of E Commerce

Author: Arno R. Lodder

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 1785369342

Page: 424

View: 561

For the last twenty years the European Union has been extremely active in the field of e-commerce. This important new book addresses the key pieces of EU legislation in the field of e-commerce, including the E-commerce Directive, the Services Directive, the Consumer Directive, the General Data Protection Regulation, and the eID Regulation. The latest in the Elgar Commentaries series, EU Regulation of E-Commerce is the first book to apply this well-established format to a dynamic and increasingly significant area of law.

Concise European Data Protection E Commerce and IT Law

This book will be quickly taken up by the myriad professionals – lawyers, officials and academics – engaged with data protection, e-commerce and IT on a daily basis.

Concise European Data Protection  E Commerce and IT Law

Author: Serge Gijrath

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9041194088

Page: 1058

View: 510

Since the second edition (2010) of this invaluable book – primary texts with expert article-by-article commentary on European data protection, e-commerce and information technology (IT) regulation, including analysis of case law – there has been a marked shift in regulatory focus. It can be said that, without knowing it, EU citizens have migrated from an information society to a digital single market to a data-driven economy. This thoroughly revised and updated third edition pinpoints, in a crystal-clear format, the meaning and application of currently relevant provisions enacted at the European and Member State levels, allowing practitioners and other interested parties to grasp the exact status of such laws, whether in force, under construction, controversial or proposed. Material has been rearranged and brought into line with the vibrant and constantly shifting elements in this field, with detailed attention to developments (most new to this edition) in such issues as the following: · cybersecurity; · privacy rights; · supply of digital content; · consumer rights in electronic commerce; · Geo-blocking; · open Internet; · contractual rules for online sale of (tangible) goods; · competition law in the IT sectors; · consumer online dispute resolution; · electronic signatures; and · reuse of public sector information. There is a completely new section on electronic identification, trust and security regulation, defining the trend towards an effective e-commerce framework protecting consumers and businesses accessing content or buying goods and services online. The contributors offer a very useful and practical review and analysis of the instruments, taking into account the fluidity and the transiency of the regulation of these very dynamic phenomena. This book will be quickly taken up by the myriad professionals – lawyers, officials and academics – engaged with data protection, e-commerce and IT on a daily basis.

Producers and Consumers in EU E Commerce Law

The book compares the Union's close protection of producers' critical interests in e-commerce, considered in terms of authorship and of 'domain-identity', with its faltering steps towards protection of consumers' corresponding interests, ...

Producers and Consumers in EU E Commerce Law

Author: John Dickie

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1847314449

Page: 224

View: 398

Producers and Consumers in EU E-Commerce Law argues that the European Union is failing adequately to protect consumers' critical interests in the area of e-commerce. The book compares the Union's close protection of producers' critical interests in e-commerce, considered in terms of authorship and of 'domain-identity', with its faltering steps towards protection of consumers' corresponding interests, considered in terms of fair trading, privacy and (on behalf of children) morality. The book assesses the threats posed to those interests, the extent to which self-help can and does neutralise those threats and, as regards any gaps left, the extent to which the Union has stepped into the breach. The argument is important given that surveys show low levels of consumer confidence in European cross-border e-commerce, a motor of integration par excellence.

Unleashing E Commerce for South Asian Integration

The e-commerce chapter of the CPTPP Agreement mandates that each country
must adopt or maintain consumer protection laws ... The regulation aims to
provide a single procedure, launched and coordinated by the European
Commission, ...

Unleashing E Commerce for South Asian Integration

Author: Sanjay Kathuria

Publisher: World Bank Publications

ISBN: 1464815194

Page: 84

View: 799

This report is part of a broader work program on shaping a more positive narrative on regional integration in South Asia. It is a follow-up to a recent flagship report published by the South Asia Region of the World Bank, A Glass Half Full: The Promise of Regional Trade in South Asia. E-commerce is dramatically changing the way goods and services are transacted nationally, regionally, and globally. It facilitates international trade by reducing the cost of distance and remoteness and can be more inclusive of underrepresented groups such as women, small businesses, and rural entrepreneurs. Intraregional trade in South Asia is still below its potential, and the region lags behind other parts of the world in activating the potential benefits from e-commerce. Adopting a novel yet practical approach, this report explores how e-commerce can be boosted to deepen intraregional trade in South Asia. It examines the main transacting models in the digital space and the channels through which e-commerce helps reduce transactions costs for firms and consumers. It considers the regulations, as well as the regulatory gaps, affecting private sector participation in e-commerce, focusing on data privacy, consumer protection, delivery, cybersecurity, market-access regulations, and digital payments. Finally, the report presents recommendations for regulatory reforms that could enhance e-trade, especially in a regional context and as a possible platform for greater global engagement by South Asian firms. The scale of these recommendations ranges from the modest, such as allowing cross-border payments and streamlining the customs regime, to the more ambitious, such as allowing the operation of regional e-commerce platforms and liberalizing related cross-border logistics services.

Showcase Europe

E - commerce in the European Union ( EU ) , particularly business to business (
B2C ) , has been handicapped by different member state approaches to its
regulation , high telecommunications costs , and a lack of consumer confidence .

Showcase Europe

Author:

Publisher:

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Page: 77

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Specialized Administrative Law of the European Union

... and notify the Commission of any new relevant technical regulations prior to
their adoption.17 The obligation enables preventive scrutiny of national rules for
products and Information Society services (online services, including e-
commerce) ...

Specialized Administrative Law of the European Union

Author: Herwig C. H. Hofmann

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 019878743X

Page: 720

View: 99

This volume deals with the law governing the administrative implementation of European Union public policy. Much of this law is specific to individual policy sectors. The volume provides a study of such specialized admininstrative law for more than twenty sectors. This cross-sectoral approach allows for detailed comparisons of EU administration in diverse policy fields. It identifies situations where legal structures and approaches may be unnecessarily duplicated, thus indicating where a comprehensive, general system could be advantageous for both Union law and policy achievement. The comparative nature of the study also draws attention to policy fields which have proven to be testing grounds for approaches adopted subsequently in other areas. In addition, the work highlights the distinctive, highly networked, and strongly cooperative character of EU administration, as a reflection of, and a foundation for, the operative nature of the European Union as a whole.

EU Internet Law

This comprehensive book provides a detailed overview of EU internet regulation in all its key areas, as well as giving a critical evaluation of EU policymaking and governance.

EU Internet Law

Author: Andrej Savin

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 1784717975

Page: 384

View: 477

This comprehensive book provides a detailed overview of EU internet regulation in all its key areas, as well as giving a critical evaluation of EU policymaking and governance. This thoroughly revised second edition includes latest developments in the case law of the Court of Justice. It also discusses pending proposals in telecommunications, copyright and privacy laws as well as the new directions in internet regulation resulting from the Commission’s 2015 strategy document.

E Commerce Law and Jurisdiction Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business Special

This is an area that has seen an explosion of interest in recent years but, since the increase in the use of the Internet as a vehicle for conducting business transactions has been so rapid, the law has again fallen behind, particularly in ...

E Commerce Law and Jurisdiction Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business   Special

Author: Dennis Campbell

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9041199101

Page: 319

View: 574

The special issue of the Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business deals with the very topical subject of e-commerce. This is an area that has seen an explosion of interest in recent years but, since the increase in the use of the Internet as a vehicle for conducting business transactions has been so rapid, the law has again fallen behind, particularly in the areas of regulation and jurisdiction. The situation is changing, however, with the introduction of both national and international legislation dealing with issues and relating to, inter alia, data protection, privacy, electronic signatures, consumer protection and morality. The authors in this volume provide commentaries on the most recent developments in various jurisdictions, including the approach of the European Union to the problems raised by e-commerce. They discuss the difficulties in relation to jurisdiction arising from the global nature of Internet and the possibilities for dispute resolution between multi national parties to an electronic transaction. The topic is obviously one that will require much attention in the coming years and one which will need strict regulation if electronic commerce is destined to become the trading medium of the future.

E commerce and the Law of Digital Signatures

European Union ( EU ) Directive on Electronic Commerce applicable to e -
commerce and other information society services . ? “ Information society
services ” are defined as services normally provided for remuneration , at a
distance , by ...

E commerce and the Law of Digital Signatures

Author: Dennis Campbell

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN:

Page: 916

View: 380

Campbell (Center for International Legal Studies, Austria) presents 25 country reports (and one for the European Union) that were prepared in cooperation with the United Nations International Trade Law Commission (UNCITRAL) and provide advice on how countries can modify their laws to become consistent with model laws promulgated by.

Internet Banking and the Law in Europe

In practice, however, this has not happened. This book asks why and argues that the creation of banking markets via the Internet relies on both available technologies and appropriate laws and regulations.

Internet Banking and the Law in Europe

Author: Apostolos Ath. Gkoutzinis

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1139458671

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The European Union has long sought to create a single financial area across Europe where consumers in one country benefit from financial markets and activities in other countries. With the emergence of the Internet as a platform for the provision of online banking services, the creation of a pan-European market for banking services appeared a realistic proposition. In practice, however, this has not happened. This book asks why and argues that the creation of banking markets via the Internet relies on both available technologies and appropriate laws and regulations. The institutional and legal framework for online banking services in the single European market are examined, as is the level of legal harmonization achieved in the UK, France and Germany under the influence of the EU Directives pertaining to online banking activities.

E commerce and Internet Law

03 [ 1 ] EU privacy directive , 32 . 04 , 41 . 05 [ 5 ] European Union E - Commerce
Directive ( See Electronic commerce and international regulations ) directive
generally , 31 . 06 , 41 . 03 law generally , 42 . 09 [ 2 ] ( A ) ADR and codes of ...

E commerce and Internet Law

Author: Ian C. Ballon

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

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E commerce Law

In 2000 a federal law, the Electronic Signatures in Global and National
Commerce Act (the E-sign Act 2000), came into force, ... 2 The European
Directive on Electronic Signatures In the European Union some Member States
enacted statutes ...

E commerce Law

Author: Henk Snijders

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9041199179

Page: 144

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This book elaborates and updates a staff exchange that took place in 2001 among legal scholars from the Universities of Oxford and Leiden. Its insights represent some of the best-informed thinking on the legal aspects of this all-pervasive feature of contemporary society.

Access to European Union

649-674 . DICKIE John . Producers and consumers in EU e - commerce law .
Oxford ; Portland , Or .: Hart , 2005 . EUROPEAN COMMISSION . Les
consommateurs européens et les services d'intérêt général . Luxembourg : EUR -
OP * , 2004 .

Access to European Union

Author: Nicholas Moussis

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 561

View: 739

This is the 15th edition of this publication which takes an interdisciplinary approach to explore European integration and the development of the European Union, its institutions, laws and policies. Issues discussed include: European treaties, laws and institutions; stages of integration relating to the Customs Union, the Common Market, EMU and the potential for political union; citizens' rights and participation, cultural policies and consumer issues; as well policies relating to taxation and competition, the environment, regional development, industry and enterprise, research and technology, energy, transport, agriculture, external relations, commercial policy and development aid. Full references to EU official texts are given throughout.

E commerce

Law & Practice Julian Ding ... European Union policy Within a week of the US '
declaration on Electronic Commerce , the ministers of the European Union
member countries issued a declaration26 as to the policy stand of the European
Union .

E commerce

Author: Julian Ding

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 416

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