UK Consumers have rights over you
Posted by Terra Nova [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 19 July 2012, 6:03 pm
Ren ReynoldsThe UK is considering a set of laws that give consumers rights over the providers of digital stuff. These new consumer rights will blow a hole through EULAs and side step a whole mess of intellectual property law. All UK consumers of ‘digital content’ would have these rights irrespective of where it’s provided from, the rights cannot be contracted out of, and the remedies apply to content providers where ever they are. In short, if you are a game company based anywhere selling to the UK - you need to pay attention. This is a consultation so none of it...


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