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Estado miembro España
Título EU digital single market: measures against unjustified geo-blocking, electronic consumer contracts, and the conflict of laws
es_Subtitle
Tipo Article
URL https://e-revistas.uc3m.es/index.php/CDT/article/view/4953/3435
es_Author LAFUENTE SÁNCHEZ, R.
es_Reference Cuadernos de derecho transnacional Nº. pp 117-14911-2
es_Publication Year 2019
Palabras clave geo-blocking, consumer discrimination, consumer sales,
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Consumer Sales and Guarantees Directive, Article 1 Consumer Sales and Guarantees Directive, Article 2 Consumer Sales and Guarantees Directive, Article 3 Consumer Sales and Guarantees Directive, Article 4 Consumer Sales and Guarantees Directive, Article 4 Consumer Sales and Guarantees Directive, Article 5 Consumer Sales and Guarantees Directive, Article 6 Consumer Sales and Guarantees Directive, Article 7

Mercado único digital: medidas contra el bloqueo geográfico injustificado, contratos de consumo concluidos por vía electrónica y normas de Derecho internacional privado

The unjustified geo-blocking Regulation aims to eliminate both direct and indirect discrimination based on customers’ nationality, place of residence or place of establishment. In order to achieve this goal, it prohibits traders from using technological measures to block or limit a customer’s access to their online interfaces for reasons related to the customer’s nationality, place of residence or place of establishment. Moreover, the Regulation provides that compliance with its rules shall not be construed as implying that a trader directs activities to the Member State of the consumer’s habitual residence or domicile within the meaning of Brussels I Regulation and Rome I Regulation. This statement raises a possible interference with the criteria identified in the European Court of Justice case law, in order to delimit when a trader has directed his activities to the Member State of the consumer.


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