The European Commission has just released its preliminary report (the “Report”) on the e-commerce sector inquiry it had launched in 2015.
This inquiry is part of the European Commission’s strategy to create a digital single market. It is intended to provide an overview of the major trends in European e-commerce markets and to identify trade practices that restrict competition and limit consumer choice.
Regulation 44/2001 known as the “Brussels I Regulation” lays down rules on the jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters within EU Member States.
Consumer protection on the Internet has been improved following the entry into force of Ordinance n°2011-1012 of August 24, 2011 on electronic communications adopted further to the Law n°2011-302 of March 22, 2011 transposing two EC Directives on electronic communications.
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