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The end of the EU E-Commerce Directive in the UK—impact on cloud service providers

Published on: 08 September 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
  • The end of the EU E-Commerce Directive in the UK—impact on cloud service providers
  • Scope of the E-Commerce Directive
  • Impact on UK service providers providing services in EEA countries
  • Legal framework in the relevant coordinated fields in Denmark, France and Germany
  • Online information requirements
  • Online contracts
  • Online advertising
  • Impact on EEA service providers providing services in the UK
  • Actions for cloud service providers

Article summary

Commercial Analysis: The UK government has made clear that at the end of the Brexit transition period, the E-Commerce Directive will no longer apply to the UK. Roger Bickerstaff, partner at Bird & Bird, considers the aspects of the impact on cloud service providers of the UK’s departure from the EU resulting from the E-Commerce Directive ceasing to apply in the UK from the end of the EU transition period. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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