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COM-304: E-Commerce Regulation

3 credits

Upper Level in categories: E-Commerce, Commercial and Banking Law

This course has been evaluated and recommended for 3 credits by the National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS), and may be transferred to over 1,500 colleges and universities.



Welcome to Lawshelf’s video-course on regulation of E-commerce transactions. This course focuses on regulatory steps to protect consumers in the online marketplace. This is a fast-moving field and laws and regulations are constantly being updated and refined. This is an intermediate-level course and draws on the basics of several other legal fields, such as contracts, the right to privacy, local taxation and administrative law. Still, it can be valuable even if you have no legal background.

Our first module applies the laws of contracts to e-commerce. We will look at the enforceability of contracts of adhesion and other e-commerce agreements. We will also focus on digital signatures, electronic records, filling gaps in standard online form agreements and other contract law issues unique to Internet-based commerce.



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Contracts and Transactions in E-Commerce: Module 1 of 5


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Legal Privacy Protections in the Internet Age - Module 2 of 5


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Online Consumer Protection in E-Commerce Transactions - Module 3 of 5


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Taxation in E-Commerce - Module 4 of 5


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Regulation of Online Financial Transactions - Module 5 of 5


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Case Study: Airbnb v. New York City


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Case Study: Stiner v. Amazon.com, Inc.