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Regulations and Legislation for 
E-Commerce in the UK 
Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK Image: © 2014 ...
Introductions 
Patrick McGee 
Software Engineer 
Uclan Alumni 
MIT Professional Alumni 
Regulations and Legislation for E-...
Learning objectives and outcomes 
Learning objectives: 
Students will understand the regulations that govern E-Commerce 
i...
Introductions 
What is the most valuable 
resource of an 
E-Commerce operation? 
Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerc...
The most valuable resource 
DATA! 
From data we can uncover all kinds of information 
that will help our business grow. 
R...
The most valuable resource 
DATA! 
From data we can uncover: 
Who our customers are 
Where they are located 
Who are our l...
Legal Responsibilities 
Overview 
The Data Protection Act 1998 
Trading Standards 
Copyright 
Consumer Credit Act 1974 
Re...
The Data Protection Act 1998 
The act contains eight “Data Protection Principles”. These specify 
that personal data must ...
Trading Standards 
Q. How can we (as customers) 
identify a legitimate e-commerce 
site? 
Regulations and Legislation for ...
Trading Standards 
Using the following UK e-commerce 
websites: 
allmacshop.co.uk 
dabs.com 
wiggle.co.uk 
Write a list of...
Trading Standards 
Using the following UK e-commerce 
websites write a list of common elements 
that appear that you think...
Trading Standards 
There must be: 
•The full name & geographic address of the business 
•Contact details including an emai...
Trading Standards 
For more detailed information 
please visit: 
http://www.tradingstandards.gov.uk 
Regulations and Legis...
Copyright 
Q. How do you think copyright 
is obtained? 
Q. How do social media 
platforms manage copyright? 
Regulations a...
Consumer Credit Act 1974 
The Consumer Credit Act 1974 regulates consumer credit 
and covers the following areas: 
• conte...
Consumer Credit Act 1974 
So thinking about your 
e-commerce operation: 
Q. When would you consider 
offering credit to yo...
End 
Thanks for taking part in the 
lesson. 
If you have any more questions 
please ask 
Regulations and Legislation for E...
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Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK
Lesson prepared for KS5 to provide a foundation for starting an e-commerce site in the UK.
Briefly covering the topics for:

The Data Protection Act 1998
Trading Standards
Copyright
Consumer Credit Act 1974

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Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK

  1. 1. Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK Image: © 2014 Seven Creative Ltd ©Patrick McGee 1
  2. 2. Introductions Patrick McGee Software Engineer Uclan Alumni MIT Professional Alumni Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 2
  3. 3. Learning objectives and outcomes Learning objectives: Students will understand the regulations that govern E-Commerce in the UK Learning outcomes: Students will be aware of the 8 principles of the DPA 1998 Students will know what the various regulations protect and how to apply it to e-commerce Understand the implications for organisations who trade with E-Commerce Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 3
  4. 4. Introductions What is the most valuable resource of an E-Commerce operation? Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 4
  5. 5. The most valuable resource DATA! From data we can uncover all kinds of information that will help our business grow. Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK Image: © 10101 Business Intelligence ©Patrick McGee 5
  6. 6. The most valuable resource DATA! From data we can uncover: Who our customers are Where they are located Who are our loyal customers When do I customers return The list goes on.... Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 6
  7. 7. Legal Responsibilities Overview The Data Protection Act 1998 Trading Standards Copyright Consumer Credit Act 1974 Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 7
  8. 8. The Data Protection Act 1998 The act contains eight “Data Protection Principles”. These specify that personal data must be: 1. Processed fairly and lawfully. 2. Obtained for specified and lawful purposes. 3. Adequate, relevant and not excessive. 4. Accurate and up to date. 5. Not kept any longer than necessary. 6. Processed in accordance with the “data subject’s” (the individual’s) rights. 7. Securely kept. 8. Not transferred to any other country without adequate protection in situ. Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 8
  9. 9. Trading Standards Q. How can we (as customers) identify a legitimate e-commerce site? Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 9
  10. 10. Trading Standards Using the following UK e-commerce websites: allmacshop.co.uk dabs.com wiggle.co.uk Write a list of common elements that you think are indicators that a website is legitimate! Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 10
  11. 11. Trading Standards Using the following UK e-commerce websites write a list of common elements that appear that you think are indicators that the website are legitimate! allmacshop.co.uk dabs.com wiggle.co.uk Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 11
  12. 12. Trading Standards There must be: •The full name & geographic address of the business •Contact details including an email address •Membership of trade associations. •If you have been authorised to advertise or sell goods or services, details of the supervisory authority, e.g. financial services. •If online sales are subject to VAT, details of the VAT number.- If prices are referred to they must be clearly indicated together with delivery costs. Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 12
  13. 13. Trading Standards For more detailed information please visit: http://www.tradingstandards.gov.uk Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 13
  14. 14. Copyright Q. How do you think copyright is obtained? Q. How do social media platforms manage copyright? Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 14
  15. 15. Consumer Credit Act 1974 The Consumer Credit Act 1974 regulates consumer credit and covers the following areas: • content and form of credit agreements • method of calculating annual percentage rate (APR) • procedures relating to events of default, termination or early settlement • credit Advertising • section 75 which gives you extra protection on items costing over £100 and up to £30,000 paid by credit card Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK 15
  16. 16. Consumer Credit Act 1974 So thinking about your e-commerce operation: Q. When would you consider offering credit to your customers? Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 16
  17. 17. End Thanks for taking part in the lesson. If you have any more questions please ask Regulations and Legislation for E-Commerce in the UK ©Patrick McGee 17

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