The distance selling directive: consumer champion or complete irrelevance?

A. Poulter, K. Henderson, D. McMenemy

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Abstract

This paper investigates the origins, significant content, UK and EU implementation and outcomes of Directive 97/7/EC on distance selling, hereafter referred to as the Distance Selling Directive (DSD). The DSD has been implemented in national legislation by all EU Member States. In the UK this legislation was the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 (SI 2000 No. 2334), hereafter referred to as the CPDSR.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 6 Jun 2003
EventIADIS e-Society 2003 Conference on E-Commerce, E-Learning and E-Government - Lisbon, Portugal
Duration: 3 Jun 20036 Jun 2003

Conference

ConferenceIADIS e-Society 2003 Conference on E-Commerce, E-Learning and E-Government
CityLisbon, Portugal
Period3/06/036/06/03

Keywords

  • distance selling directive
  • distance selling
  • information development

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    Poulter, A., Henderson, K., & McMenemy, D. (2003). The distance selling directive: consumer champion or complete irrelevance?. Paper presented at IADIS e-Society 2003 Conference on E-Commerce, E-Learning and E-Government, Lisbon, Portugal, .