ABSTRACT. Hoeren claims that in the context of electronic trade, problems arising between users and providers can be solved by applying traditional principles of contract law. Thomas states that intellectual property law is essential to e-commerce. Polanski notices that on 23 November 2005 the UNGA adopted a new Convention on the Use of Electronic Communications in International Contracts. Ritter and Gliniecki contend that electronic commerce replaces traditional paper-based methods of moving information with direct computer-to-computer communications.



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