From grand policy to targeted destruction: Consumers as victims of EU satellite television policy [Book Review]
Graduate studies at Western
Journal of Business Ethics 25 (2):129 - 141 (2000)
|Abstract||In July 1997 the European Commission proposed a "Directive on the Legal protection of Service based on, or consisting of Conditional Access" (to various electronic systems).This paper considers the proposed Directive within the context of the European Union's failure to develop and maintain a coherent policy relating to satellite television broadcasts direct to the individual's home (DTH) within the nascent Single European Market (SEM), and the consequences of that policy failure for "ordinary" consumers who are highly unlikely to have a full understanding of the complex technical, legal and economic environment in which they are making their purchase(s).|
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