The Consumer Law Sourcebook provides a basic set of materials
for consumers, policy makers, practitioners and researchers who are
interested in the emerging field of electronic commerce. The focus is
on framework legislation that articulates basic rights for consumers
and the basic responsibilities for businesses in the online economy.
The Sourcebook includes the text of many of the major consumer laws
and directives such as the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act,
the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Fund Transfer Act, the
Federal Trade Commission Act, OECD Consumer Protection Guidelines, European
Union Directives on Electronic Commerce, Electronic Signatures and Distance
Contracts, and more. Also included is a list of consumer resources with
contact information for consumer agencies and organizations and links
to useful publications and reports.