Unclear Status of Digital Content in Polish Consumer Rights Regulation

Berenika Kaczmarek-Templin

Abstract

This paper aims to focus on the influence of the new consumer rights directive (2011/83/UE) on polish law. Till now there was not any regulation of electronic commerce, which deals with digital content, although music, movie and book single sales are mostly digital downloads. Regarding to polish Civil Code and the other acts, it has never been defined what the digital content is, it has never been resolved weather it is the product or the service. 

Keywords

International Consumer Contracts, E-commerce, Digital Content, Polish Consumer Rights

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Kaczmarek-Templin, B., Szostek D. [in:] Kaczmarek-Templin B., Szostek, D., Stec P. (ed.), (2014) Ustawa o prawach konsumenta. Kodeks cywilny (wyciąg), Warszawa C. H. Beck.

https://doi.org/10.5817/MUJLT2015-2-5



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