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The Contribution of the Court of Justice of the European Union to a Better Understanding the Liability and Monitoring Issues Regarding Intermediary Service Providers
Annales. Sectio iuridica
Section 4 of the Directive on electronic commerce (ECD) established significant regulations concerning the liability of intermediary service providers regarding illegal content in the European Union. However, over the past twenty years, it has become apparent that its details are not adequately developed. The Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) in Luxembourg performs significant legislative action in this field. Its rulings touch upon the concept of 'information society services', thedoi:10.56749/annales.elteajk.2020.lix.7.133 fatcat:arwljrfjx5eqbayjsenwuttuge