The following task forces have already completed their mandates.
This task force worked together with experts from the ICC Commission on Commercial Law and Practice (CLP) to respond to key global and regional legal initiatives affecting electronic commerce. Particular consideration was given to the critical jurisdiction and applicable law issues raised by the cross-border nature of online trade.
This task force developed an analysis of Intellectual Property Rights on the Internet with participation from experts from the ICC Commission on Intellectual Property. No ICC position was taken on this issue.
This task force formulated the stance of global business telecommunications users, operators, and service providers on issues relating to regulatory affairs and competition in the provision of electronic communications services. It also provided input to the World Trade Organization (WTO) member governments and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), among others.
This task force
responded to Internet governance issues stemming from the Internet
Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), and to other issues
related to the technical management of the Internet.
task force articulated business interests in international and regional
policy initiatives related to consumer policy for businesses working
through the Internet and information and communication technologies
(ICTs). It worked to increase consumer confidence in doing business
over the Internet by promoting self-regulatory mechanisms and analysing
impediments to trans-border B2C e-commerce, among other goals.
This task force served as a key business resource partner for the United Nations Conference on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Working Group IV on Electronic Commerce, particularly in its work on electronic contracting. It also provided input to the European Commission on an EU Contract Law proposal from the perspective of business via the Internet and ICTs.
Special Advisory Group was set up in 2002 to advise ICC’s Secretary
General on cross-cutting issues related to the Internet and ICTs.