ELI Statement on the Draft Directive on the Supply of Digital Content to Consumers

As you will be aware, the ELI Working Group on the ‘From CESL to the Digital Single Market’ project has been examining the draft directive on the Supply of Digital Content to Consumers. Its work has now concluded and has been approved by the EL Council as an official Statement of the ELI. It has been published as: ‘The Statement of the European Law Institute on the European Commission’s Proposed Directive on the Supply of Digital Content to Consumers COM (2015) 634 final’.

 

Statement

 

The Statement focuses on the proposal of the so called ‘Digital Content Directive’ (DCD). The DCD offers important clarity and protection to consumers, specifically to consumers in Member States which do not have legislation that specifically applies to contracts for the supply of digital content. In this Statement, the Working Group identifies a number of issues where it believes the draft DCD needs to be improved.

We believe that the Statement will be of interest for you and encourage you to disseminate it amongst your contacts.

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