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G20 supports consumer protection in the digital economy

The G20 Leaders have issued a declaration recognising that “trust in digital technologies requires effective consumer protection.” Building a digital world consumers can trust is a key goal for Consumers International and this declaration follows the first ever G20 Consumer Summit, held in Berlin on 15 March, World Consumer Rights Day where Consumers International presented recommendations calling for action from the G20.

 

The summit, co-hosted by Consumers International, brought together key stakeholders from across the world to address the issue of consumers rights online. The declaration also includes statements on privacy and data protection, security, access and inclusion and e-commerce and supports the continuation of this work under the Argentinean presidency.

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