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Amy said: "Online businesses must comply with national implementations of the EU's directives, including the Distance Selling Directive, Unfair Commercial Practices Directive and ECommerce Directive.
They are not definitive but - comply with the EU Distance Selling Directive, get your tax right, allow for visitors with disabilities, register with the Data Protection Registry and comply with the rules on sending e-mail.
Regulatory environments Pan European ; National legislation; Self Regulation; The UK Regulatory Environmentm Directive 95/46/EC: Processing Personal Data and the Protection of Privacy, The Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA), The Telecommunications (Data Protection) Regulations 1999, The E-Commerce Sector Data Protection Directive (2002/58/EC), The E-Commerce Directive (2000/31EC, The Distance Selling Directive (97/7/EC).
A distance selling directive, introduced almost a year ago, was put in place to give rights to consumers who buy over the Internet and every e-commerce site should abide by its rules.
She says that the main acts and directives which companies should consider are the Data Protection Act, Electronic Communications Act, Distance Selling Directive and Electronic Commerce Directive.
In June, for example, the Distance Selling Directive will be implemented to protect consumers from unscrupulous on-line traders by requiring cooling-off periods and delivery dates.
Birmingham law firm Eversheds is advising companies affected by the EU Distance Selling Directive to examine their compliance.