Le défi du droit face au commerce électronique : les initiatives de l'Union Européenne

Séverine DUSOLLIER, Laetitia ROLIN JACQUEMYNS

Abstract


The European institutions are highly concerned by the evolution of the electronic commerce. To encourage that phenomenon, the y try to set up a legal framework as suited as possible. This article intends to provide the reader with an overview of that framework that will actually be the basis of the national ones. The subjects covered are the applicable law, the distance contract s, the electronic signature, the electronic payments, the VAT, the copyrights and the legal protection of databases.

Keywords


Electronic commerce;Applicable law;Distance contracts;Electronic signature;Electronic payments;Value added tax;Copyright

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.9876/sim.v5i1.77

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