Posted in Insurance Law, IT Law

Now It’s States That Are Getting Cyber Insurance

38% of US states already have a cyber-insurance with Georgia topping the list for coverage ($100M for “only” $1,8M per year).

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Posted in Consumer Law, Contract Law, IT Law

Overeenkomst over domeinregistratie mag stilzwijgend worden verlengd

Again from teh Netherlands: can a domain be silently renewed?

IN this case ,the consumer appealed to the Van Dam law, which applies to consumer contracts and bans tacit renewals and limits such contracts to max 1 year.

Yet, does the domain provision apply to such law?

According to the Court, not, since a plain domain (without mailbox and additional service) is seen as a single service. This is a one-off and not a subscription that renews periodically (?).

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Posted in IT Law

Vergunningsplicht voor online handelsplatformen?

ccording to the EU Payment Directive, platforms whose main purpose is the performance of digital payments have to apply for a license at the Dutch central bank DNB (which requires strict requirements like, among the others, solvibility guarantees).
Things may soon change and include also trading platorms, like Amazon and Bol.Com.

-Exceptions and conditions may apply-

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