Analysis of the applicable legal frameworks and suggestions for the contours of a model system of consumer protection in relation to digital content contracts. Final report, comparative analysis, law & economics analysis, assessment and development of recommendations for possible future rules on digital content contracts’ Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam, Centre for the Study of European Contract Law, 2011 

M.B.M. Loos, L. Guibault, N. Helberger, C. Mak, L. Pessers, K.J. Cseres, Bart van der Sloot, R. Tigner

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Original languageEnglish
PublisherIVIR
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Externally publishedYes

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