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European Parliament approves consumer protection rules for digital content

Tuesday 21 November 2017 | 14:40 CET | News
The European Parliament's Internal Market and Legal Affairs committees have approved new rules to protect consumers buying digital goods. First proposed by the European Commission in December 2015, the new rules need to be approved by the Council of the EU before taking effect. 

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