The EU Parliament publishes a regulation on the portability of digital services across the EU

Portability regulation finalised, draft Geo-blocking regulation in trilogue discussions Geo-blocking is a wide-spread phenomena in the EU's digital landscape. It commonly refers to practices whereby businesses deny consumers access to a website based on their location ("geo-blocking"), or re-rout them to another, "local" website, often with different content, offering and prices ("geo-filtering"). Aside from access to website services, geo-blocking also describes any commercial practices whereby a customer is being treated differently based on

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Lutz Riede, The EU Parliament publishes a regulation on the portability of digital services across the EU, 14 June 2017, e-Competitions Vertical restrictions and e-commerce, Art. N° 94895

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