Member States can monitor if companies comply with consumer protection rules

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A car arrives at the European Union court house in Luxembourg,

However they cannot compel such companies to create branches or subsidiaries in their territory


The Court of Justice of the European Union (CVRIA) announced that Member States can monitor whether companies which supply electronic communications services in their territory, but are established in another Member State, are complying with consumer protection rules.

However, CVRIA stressed that the Member States cannot compel such companies to create branches or subsidiaries in their territory.

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