Spain’s Law Of Information Society Services And Electronic Commerce

The controversial Law of Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce has been implemented. Its impact on the registration of websites as well as the retention of customers and traffic orders have caused major contention. The authority of the Spanish authorities to determine a website by a foreign host can also be ordered to halt their access if there is a threat to national security, public order or consumer rights. The implementation of this legislation will cause an effect on electronic commerce, privacy and censorship issues.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What criticisms has this legislation faced?


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