Law, Ethics and Electronic Commerce
AbstractUnlike the Internet community had expected electronic commerce does not lead to an anarchic dissolution of law. In the context of electronic trade, problems arising between users and providers can be solved, for instance by applying traditional principles of contract law. And yet, the legal dispute of Internet related facts and circumstances gives rise to a number of interesting topoi. Even though these subjects have already been considered in the past (for instance in the context of satellite technology), they only now show their specific explosive effect and diversity in the face of the electronic commerce.
How to Cite
Hoeren, Thomas. 2005. “Law, Ethics and Electronic Commerce”. The International Review of Information Ethics 3 (June). Edmonton, Canada:46-53. https://doi.org/10.29173/irie349.