Paperback: 254 pages (17 October 2005)
Publisher: Ex Tuto Publishing, Denmark
List Price: EUR 45 + VAT (DKK 340 + moms)
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DESCRIPTION | HYPOTHESES | TABLE OF CONTENTS | READ THE BOOK BEFORE BUYING
The book elaborates on the following hypotheses:
- Activities on the Internet are subject to geographical borders, and it is possible to identify factors that are relevant in assessing where activities on a website are directed.
- Private parties are better able to carry out traditional cross-border law enforcement than public authorities.
- The freedom to provide goods and services in combination with the 2000 E-Commerce Directive restricts the possibilities of cross-border law enforcement (both public and private law enforcement as well as traditional and alternative law enforcement).
- Law enforcers established outside the Internal Market have limited access to traditional cross-border law enforcement against the Business, whereas alternative cross-border law enforcement can be applied.
- Businesses can mitigate the risks of cross-border law enforcement by applying geographical delimitation and by entering into agreements on forum and applicable law.
- The laws of the Internal Market limit the Business's possibilities in applying geographical delimitation.