The Code of EU Online Rights is a document outlining online consumer rights and principles that exist in European legislation, offering simple, transparent and understandable explanations of the legal rights and obligations of EU citizens.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that a social network cannot be made to install an anti-piracy filtering system.The judgment comes after SABAM, a Belgian institution that manages the copyright of Belgian writers and composers wanted Netlog, a Belgian social networking website with some 94 million registered international users, to install a filtering system[…]
The European Commission has proposed an optional Common European Sales Law that is to transcend barriers to cross-border trade in the EU. The law now needs to be approved by EU Member States and the European Parliament.
The European Parliament’s Committee on Internal Market and Consumer Protection has published a study on consumer behaviour in a digital environment that analyses consumer behaviour and the interaction between consumers and businesses online, examining how consumers benefit from the digital environment and whether and how they change their purchasing behaviour.