The Electronic Commerce Law aims at ensuring the free movement of information society services between the Republic of Cyprus and the Member States of the European Union relating to the establishment of service providers, commercial communications, codes of conduct, the conclusion of electronic contracts, the liability of intermediaries, out-of-court dispute settlements, means of legal protection and the cooperation between each Member State.

The law also provides legal certainty for business and consumers alike. It establishes regulations on issues such as the transparency and information requirements for online service providers, electronic contracts, commercial communications, and limitations of liability of intermediary service providers.

We can advise on almost all legal IT aspects (such as advising on legal documents like the Terms of Use and Privacy Policies), electronic signatures, on regulations of electronic payments, data protection and security, GDPR, direct marketing and intellectual property as well as consumer protection issues including the unfair contract terms in consumer contracts.   

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