Posted in Consumer Law

Europese Commissie en consumenteninstanties van lidstaten vragen sociale media zich aan EU-consumentenregels te houden

Twitter and Google+ had already been informed in Nov 2016, but two issues are bothering EU consumers and worrying the EU Commission:

  • unfair terms (legal venue for litigation, rights waive, lol, unilateral amendment(s), unlimitd power to remove content, termination and further breaches of art. 3 and 5 of the Consumer code), and
  • scams and frauds targeting users

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