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Digital technology is playing an increasingly important role in the lives of companies, whether they are large groups or small and medium-sized businesses. Beyond the design of products, services and digital content, the entire commercial strategy of companies is now turned towards the digital mode, whether it is communication, online sales on a dedicated website or on a third party platform... The legal framework of this strategy is scattered in European and domestic law, in multiple codes, laws, regulations and directives, communications from administrative authorities. As a transcendent subject, digital market law is also at the crossroads of electronic communications law, competition law, consumer law and distribution law, not to mention data law, particularly through the RGPD. The aim of this book is to list, group and comment on the rules that allow companies to access the digital market and develop their business. The most recent normative references make it a daily working tool for internal and external advisors of companies as well as for academics who want a global view of this sector and of the legal issues that can be encountered.