The EU Commission reaches alongside the Parliament and the Council a political agreement on the geo-blocking regulation for consumers wishing to buy products or services online

One of the key elements in the EU’s strategy to deal with wide-spread phenomena Geo-blocking is the Geo-blocking regulation, which was proposed by the Commission in May 2016. The latest proposal of the Geo-blocking regulation (issued by the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee in April 2017) was debated in the course of the trilogues between Council, Commission and the

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Lutz Riede, The EU Commission reaches alongside the Parliament and the Council a political agreement on the geo-blocking regulation for consumers wishing to buy products or services online, 20 November 2017, e-Competitions Vertical restrictions and e-commerce, Art. N° 94898

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