Le cybercommerçant

Abstract : The cyber trader is distinguished from traditional shop trader through thedematerialization of his activities due to the use of Internet. Thus, the dematerialization of thecyber trader’s activities, despite the benefits, raises two sets of problems due to ubiquity anddepersonalization. Ubiquity is manifested by the fact that the website of the cyber trader isavailable in almost all States. Depersonalization creates risks due, on the one hand, to the lackof physical presence of the contracting parties and the other hand, to the use of electronicsupport to conclude the contract. The objective is to destroy the harmful effects of ubiquityand depersonalization in order to secure the environment of the e-commerce professional. Thesolution is to apply general rules to the cyber trader and reject special rules. Ultimately, thisstudy on the cyber trader allows confronting the new to the old concepts in order to discorverthat the Internet affecting the trader’s activity through dematerialization, helps to revitalizetraditional concepts by making us aware of the dangers of new solutions requiring thedevelopment of special rules. In this sense, the digital revolution invites more to a rereadingof the law than a revolution of the law
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Adongon Sylvain Lauboué. Le cybercommerçant. Droit. Université de Bordeaux, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015BORD0017⟩. ⟨tel-01252153⟩



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