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E-commerce in the world : aspects of comparative law



Le point sur les développement législatifs dans divers pays impliqués dans l'e-commerce (protection des internautes et des consommateurs, contrats électroniques, responsabilité, copyright...). Contributions nationales : Argentine, Belgique, Brésil, Canada, Finlande, Allemagne, Italie, Norvège, Espagne, Royaume-Uni, Etats-Unis, Venezuela.

  • Contributeur(s)
  • Éditeur(s)
  • Date
    • 2008
  • Notes
    • En anglais
    • Notes bibliogr.
  • Langues
    • Français
  • Description matérielle
    • 1 vol. (X-447 p.) ; 24 x 16 cm
  • Sujet(s)
  • ISBN
    • 978-2-8027-2526-8
  • Indice
    • 346.2 Droit du multimédia et de l'Internet
  • Quatrième de couverture
    • The International Grouping of Accountants and Lawyers (IGAL) is a network of accounting and law firms formed to promote international accounting, auditing and legal services to commercial and private clients with business outside their country of origin.

      IGAL was formed in October 2004 via the merger of two premier business referral networks: the International Grouping of Lawyers (IGL) and the InterContinental Consultants (ICC). Both organizations have been providing exceptional service to their clients for more than 30 years.

      IGAL is a non-exclusive business network of internationally focused law firms and accounting firms, comprising nearly 120 member firms in more than 40 countries throughout the world with a core objective of expanding further.

      IGAL offers accounting, auditing and legal services to companies and individuals with international activities and offers expert and personal assistance to reduce the obstacles in doing business in a foreign environment and at a distance.

      The members have extensive international experience and are sensitive to the special need of clients who come from another country.

      The concept of IGAL has and will always be quality, communication and collaboration.

      Member firms regularly issue news letters and publications as well as advise useful links for the benefit of their clients and fellows members. Contact us for more information, www.igal-netowrk.com

  • Tables des matières
      • E-Commerce in the world

      • Aspects of Comparative Law

      • Bruylant Bruxelles

      • I. Protection of Internet users and consumers
      • 1. Prior authorisation for installation on the Internet and/or general information to be provided on permanent basis
      • 2. Commercial operations :
      • 2.1. Business communications (content, obligations)
      • 2.2. Unsolicited business communications
      • 3. Protection of personal data
      • II. Formation and performance of contracts
      • 1. Electronic contracts : notion, attempted definition
      • 2. Problem of obtaining consent (form, moment)
      • 3. Proof of on-line contracts and electronic signatures
      • 4. Means of payment of on-line contracts
      • 5. Applicable law and jurisdiction
      • III. E-commerce and liability rules
      • 1. The liability of network operations and suppliers of access and third-party liability
      • 2. The liability of hosting and "caching" suppliers
      • 3. The liability of suppliers of information localisation services
      • 4. The liability-limiting or exemption clauses in on-line contracts
      • IV. Protection of copyright work on the Internet
      • 1. General requirements for copyright protection
      • 2. Specific rights in the context of the Internet
      • 2.1. Reproduction right
      • 2.2. Distribution right
      • 3. Liabilities for infringing
      • 3.1. Remedies
      • 3.2. Defences
      • 4. Special issues
      • 4.1. Who should compensate copyright owner, such as musical composers, for their copyright in protected works, such as music downloaded from a foreign country via the Internet ?
      • 4.2. Is every person involved in the Internet transmission chain liable for the communication of copyright-protected material ?
      • 4.3. Implied licence arising from posting copyright materials on the Internet
      • 4.4. Browsing
      • 4.5. "Caching" and Mirror site
      • V. Indirect taxation of on-line transactions
      • 1. Indirect E-commerce
      • 2. Direct E-commerce
      • 3. Electronic invoicing

  • Origine de la notice:
    • Electre
  • Disponible - 346.2 ECO

    Niveau 3 - Droit