30 August 2013
The main focus will be EU law, and the international obligations of the EU. Taking the global nature of e-commerce into account, the EU approach will be supplemented by other relevant international law and inspiring national governmental or self regulatory systems.
Principal topics will include:
- Privacy and data protection (Conceptual and legal definitional issues)
- EU and International privacy and data-protection regimes
- Co-regulation, self-regulation and codes of conduct
- Consumer protection
- Advertising and marketing
- Online Contracting
- Jurisdiction and Governing Law
- Mobile commerce
Evelyne J. B. Sørensen, Aarhus University.
The primary aim of the course is to introduce the rules applying to e-commerce of the European Union but it will also focus on areas where the current rules do not seem to provide enough protection to the consumer. The course will enable the student to respond to the increasingly serious demands posed by business employed computers and networks.
EUR 0: Students on a bilateral exchange programme do not have to pay. Freemovers are obliged to pay participation fees while tuition fees only apply to freemovers from countries outside the EU/EEA/Switzerland.