Expert opinions We asked experts in the field of law and logistics for their opinion on the upcoming events. Before October 31, it is difficult to speculate on what terms the UK will leave the community, and thus what the future of e-commerce will look like after Brexit. The attitude of the Islands to the new EU regulations, such as the provisions of the e-privacy regulation, will be crucial. In addition, it is not known whether the judgment of the Court of Justice of the EU of 01.10 regarding consent to cookies or extending the definition of a consumer to economic activity will be recognized by the UK. If not, then English regulations will become more favorable to entrepreneurs.
This can significantly weaken the position of consumers
However any further tightening of regulations
The EU may not be reflected in the UK. As a consequence. In the future there may be a situation in which British law will be much more lenient than EU law. In turn, directing sales to the UK will require adapting to two regimes: the EU and the British. Which will significantly increase the costs for entrepreneurs. So far, an e-entrepreneur Bab Directory directing sales to European countries could expect the same or similar legal restrictions. This rule will no longer apply to the Islands. In turn, an entity, a Polish one importing goods from the UK, will be responsible for introducing. The product into the European Union, which involves, among others. With liability for a dangerous product and customs duties.