Electronic business is not free from rights and obligations. In their response to new sales channels and developments, legislators have over reacted a bit in the past few years, meaning that existing legislation is constantly being changed. Online business and the law often get in each other’s way; be it in imprint obligations in social networks, or charging sales tax in the right country. Operators even have to be careful with the design of the buy button within an online shop, as the label here has to be absolutely clear. For this reason, we keep reporting on legal changes and clear-up possible pitfalls.

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