The Campaign for Consumer Choice

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Campaign for Consumer ChoiceEarlier this year a petition signed by over three quarters of a million Europeans was presentated to the EU Parliament. The petition called for amendments to EU competition law to stop brands from restricting the sale of their products on the internet. A new Campaign for Consumer Choice website has been launched to continue lobby for changes to support online businesses and enable them to trade without unfair restrictions.

Although online trade has been around for many years, and eBay has been in the UK for over 10 years, it’s still early days as far as EU trading laws go. They’re quite simply out of date and were largely written before online buying and selling really took off.

The Campaign for Consumer Choice website is calling on EU politicians to bring European law up-to-date with the internet age. If you’ve not already signed the petition you can Show your support for free trade on the internet by signing up to the Consumer Choice campaign.


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