Principles of consumer protection for electronic commerce and supporting documentation - A Canadian framework

Author

Working Group on Electronic Commerce and Consumers / Groupe de travail sur la consommation et le commerce électronique

Organization

Industry Canada

Published

1999

Summary

The principles are intended to guide the actions of businesses, consumers and governments within Canada in the development of a consumer protection framework for electronic commerce. The principles were drafted by a working group of representatives from Canadian businesses, consumer associations and governments, recognizing that a sound framework for consumer protection will promote consumer confidence and facilitate the acceptance and growth of electronic commerce. The working group has agreed to review the principles regularly to ensure their continued relevance in the rapidly changing electronic marketplace.

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