Edited by Arno R. Lodder and Andrew D. Murray
Chapter 2: DIRECTIVE 2000/31/EC ON CERTAIN LEGAL ASPECTS OF INFORMATION SOCIETY SERVICES, IN PARTICULAR ELECTRONIC COMMERCE, IN THE INTERNAL MARKET
Arno R. Lodder (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) deals with the oldest extant e-commerce related directive, and arguably the most important one. Sometimes referred to as the mother directive, or framework directive. The directive discusses the establishment of information society service providers, for short e-commerce providers, and their exemption from liability. Other areas covered are, among others, information requirements, contractual aspects, commercial communications. Keywords: ISP liability, information society service providers, commercial communications, electronic contracting, information requirements
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