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| Commentary

3: DIGITAL CONTENT

(a) General

180 Introduction

The bringing into force of the Consumer Rights Act 2015 introduces for the first time in UK consumer law explicit recognition of digital content as being subject to consumer law rights and having the benefit of consumer law remedies1. Although the Consumer Rights Act 2015 does not classify digital content as goods, digital content is treated in a similar way to goods, in that many of the rights and remedies which apply to goods also apply to digital content (although in some cases with modifications, or not available at all,

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