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Andrej Savin

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Chapter 7 covers consumer protection laws. It starts with consumer protection and unfair terms in consumer contracts. The second part analyses consumer protection in banking and financial services. The third part covers marketing laws while the last part is about consumer protection in jurisdiction and choice-of-law rules. Consumer law, unfair contractual terms, marketing law, unfair commercial practices.

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Chapter 10 covers EU efforts in cybercrime regulation. Its first part is dedicated to the EU Council Cybercrime Treaty, to which the EU is a signatory. The second part is about attacks against information systems and security of information systems and the corresponding Directives. The final part is about regulation of harmful content including child pornography. Cybercrime, security of information systems, hacking, obscenity

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Chapter 8 is a comprehensive overview of EU privacy laws. It includes both the old but still valid Data Protection Directive and the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The second part of the chapter covers data transfer to third states, data retention and the E-Privacy Directive. Privacy, data protection, GDPR, data transfer, data retention, e-privacy

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This chapter is about electronic identity and its regulation. This has two manifestations. The first is digital identity, represented by the new Regulation covering digital identity, digital trust and digital signatures. The second is about e-money and payment services as an aspect of identity. Digital signatures, digital trust, digital identity, e-money

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This chapter is an overview of electronic commerce law in the EU, including the E-Commerce Directive as one of the EU Framework Directives. Whereas the first part covers the Directive itself, the second is about harmonization of parts of EU sales law relating to the digital world. E-commerce law, digital single market, electronic contracts, sales law

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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.
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This chapter covers intellectual property regulation in the digital world. It begins with analysing the framework instruments: the InfoSoc Directive and the Copyright Enforcement Directive. In the second part it analyses specific Directives and Regulations on software, databases, trademarks, orphan works, collective management and geo-blocking. Intellectual property rights, copyright, copyright enforcement, technological measures of protection.

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The chapter covers jurisdiction and choice of law applicable to Internet issues in the EU. The chapter first explores jurisdiction and recognition of judgments in the Brussels I Regulation (Recast), followed by the rules on the applicable law in the Rome I and Rome II Regulations. Finally, a brief overview of alternative dispute resolution methods is given. Private international law, Jurisdiction, Brussels I Regulation (Recast), choice-of-law, alternative dispute resolution

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This chapter is an introduction to Internet regulation in the EU. It explains how Internet architecture influences its regulation and how regulation, in turn, can have an impact on the architecture. Policy, governance, competence to regulate and various regulatory circles (e-commerce, telecoms, audio-video media services) are covered. Internet law, Cyberlaw, Internet governance, Internet policy, telecommunications law