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Data privacy A to Z

International Corporate Compliance, Third Edition

Lothar Determann

Determann’s Field Guide to Data Privacy Law 5   Data privacy A to Z In this Chapter, you can find introductions and key considerations regarding hot topics and fundamental substantive privacy compliance obligations. A Field Guide cannot supply comprehensive commentary, but this Chapter is intended to provide context and to supplement the previous, task-oriented Chapters. Topics are presented by common buzz words, in alphabetical order. Feel free to fast forward to topics of particular interest and skip topics that do not apply to you. If you cannot find a

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Christine Riefa

/3 JOBNAME: Lodder PAGE: 25 SESS: 10 OUTPUT: Wed Mar 29 14:23:08 2017 Chapter 6 DIRECTIVE 2009/110/EC AND DIRECTIVE 2015/2366/EU 6.60 Unsurprisingly, there are more obligations for framework contracts under both the PSD1 and 2. A long list of information concerning the payment services provider, the use of the payment service, charges, interest and exchange rates, communication, safeguards and corrective measures, changes and termination of the contract and redress have to be communicated to the user.123 They are to be dispensed by the provider. As for single

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Arno R. Lodder

, public health and consumer interest, as established by Community acts (Article 1(3)). Recital 11 gives an overview of the relevant acts, for instance, Directive 97/7/EC (replaced by Directive 2011/83/EC, see Chapter 7) and Directive 84/450/EEC concerning misleading and comparative advertising (now Directive 2006/114/EC)17 The Council added after Community acts: ‘(…) and national legislation implementing them, insofar as this does not restrict the freedom to provide information society services’.18 The last part of the sentence is a bit unlucky. Assume there is a

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Edited by Arno R. Lodder and Andrew D. Murray

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.
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Pablo Cortés

, these are adapted to accommodate the position of the parties. European Commission started promoting consumer ADR through soft law 8.02 instruments. Two recommendations were issued with procedural standards for adjudicative and consensual ADR processes followed by a consultation paper that expressed the Commission’s interest in encouraging their use for civil and commercial matters.2 The E-Commerce Directive was the first legislative 1 2 M. Moffitt ‘Three Things to Be Against (“Settlement Not Included”)’ (2009) 78 Fordham Law Review 1203–45, 1207. Soft laws are rules