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  •  Title: De Algemene Voorwaarden Chipknip, geknipt voor de consument? trans
Author:  Hof, S. van der, & H.A.C.M. Vorselaars
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Published in:  Kralingen, R.W. van, Lips, M., Prins, J.E.J. (Ed.) De kaarten op tafel
Year:  1998
  •  Title: Netiquette of Wetiquette trans
Author:  Hof, Simone van der, en anderen,
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Year:  1997
  •  Title: Over de grenzen van electronic commerce en recht trans
Author:  Prins, Corien,
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Published in:  bundel LOF-congres, Fiscus en Internet, september, 1999
Year:  1999
  •  Title: Jurisdictional Issues in International E-Commerce Contracts trans
Author:  Rosner, Norel
Source:  Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Year:  2000
  •  Title: Digital Signature Law Survey trans
Author:  Hof, Simone van der & Bert-Jaap Koops
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Year:  1998
  •  Title: Consumers, Liability, and the Online World trans
Author:  PRINS, J. E. J.,
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Published in:  Information & Communication Technology Law, Vol. 12, No. 2, June 2003
Year:  2003
  •  Title: ALIAS: Analysing Legal Implications and Agent Information Systems trans
Author:  Prins, J.E.J. , Oskamp, A. e.a.
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
  •  Title: Regulating Electronic Commerce in the Netherlands, Country Report for the XVIth Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, Brisbane, 14-20 July 2002 trans
Author:  Corien Prins
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Year:  2002
  •  Title: Privacy en elektronische handel trans
Author:  Corien Prins
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
  •  Title: Consumer@Protection.EU. An Analysis of European Consumer Legislation in the Information Society trans
Author:  Corien Prins
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Abstract:  The Internet and electronic commerce have emerged as the emblems of a worldwide virtual economy. Although it is yet difficult to grasp all the repercussions of the borderless world of the Internet, it is certain that to shop in this world is different from shopping in the world as we knew it ten years ago. Obviously, the new developments affect the traditional framework of European and national consumer law and the perspectives that underpin this body of law, for most consumer law was established at a time when the Information Society was an unknown phenomenon. Underlining the importance of this issue, the European Council asked the Commission to examine existing consumer law in the Community in the light of the new conditions created by the Information Society and to identify potential problems and loopholes. A report on background research for this examination was submitted to the Commission in August 2000. The present article is based on this report and provides an account of the main findings, conclusions, and recommendations of the report.
  •  Title: De rol van Trusted Third Parties in het elektronisch handelsverkeer trans
Author:  Koops, B.J.; Kralingen, R.W. van; Wees, L. van der
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Published in:  Computerrecht 1998/5, pp. 206-211
Year:  1998
  •  Title: De internationale on-line consumentenovereenkomst trans
Author:  Hof, S. van der
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Published in:  De E-consument: consumentenbescherming in de Nieuwe Economie
Year:  2000
  •  Title: Editorial (in The EDI Law Review) trans
Author:  Hof, S. van der
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Published in:  The EDI Law Review, 6(1), 1-3
Year:  1999
  •  Title: De Aanpassingswet elektronische handel trans
Author:  Esch, R.E. van,
Source:  Universiteit Leiden
Published in:  Computerrecht 2004(3), p. 107-115
Year:  2004
  •  Title: CliĆ«nt niet beter af met de nieuwe FENIT-voorwaarden trans
Author:  Graaf, T.J. de,
Source:  Universiteit Leiden
Published in:  Contracteren 2004(1), p. 11-20.
Year:  2004
  •  Title: Algemene voorwaarden in een technisch jasje trans
Author:  J.E.J. Prins
Source:  Universiteit van Tilburg
Published in:  Nederlands Juristenblad 2004/26
Year:  2004