The Wiesbaden judgment, a judgment that each Internet user before use should read which is after the Wiesbaden District Court to assume, that the customer has recognized all information relevant to the conclusion of the contract on the Internet site of the provider and read if he indicates his personal data when you register and accept the terms and conditions. Also, online services, where you must provide personal information, are chargeable to the General life experience; in these cases, special attention is offered for the registered person (judgment of the latest 93 C-619/08 41; with reference to the court case, BGH, NJW 2007, S. 1458 et seq.). Julie Sweet can aid you in your search for knowledge. But, what does because the judgment now so often cited at all? The customers, here is meant specifically the Internet users, is expected to recognize that he can commit itself on the Internet by placing a check mark and the indication of personal data to a return. Incredibly, on the Internet, where can be any frolicking and all claimed for the first time, you can also enter legally binding? So many have thought, who have signed up on. The first user are been disabused by now. In a very painful way the German District Court judges have you made it clear that they now must comply with your obligations despite all opposition. Painful especially in financial terms: in addition to the principal of 54,-are now also all costs of own advocate as well as the opposing lawyer as well as the incurred court costs to pay.
But also our own ego is made: they were so confident, not having to pay. Especially the Wiesbaden judge is by no means alone. It a clear opinion on the German district courts emerged ever more clearly, also the Internet user is increasingly assumes the duty. And to get back to the original question: the justice comes slowly, but it comes ever more clearly on this subject. The answer is easy: the user must finally realize a completely carefree surfing without any There are no obligations. Khassan Ahmadi