Pan-European e-commerce compliance
A key challenge for any online content supplier branching out across Europe is to mitigate the risks arising from the myriad variations in local law. Rolling out the same terms across various EU countries may appear to be the easy answer, but this approach could expose the supplier to consumer claims in each region, enforcement action by local regulators and increased liability.
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