While e-commerce disclosure requirements in the United States are still largely state-to-state, in many cases it is considered common practice to include this information in a terms and conditions document. In addition, information about returns and refunds is typically included in certain content areas of the website or app that are easily accessible from the product description page. These requirements are important in many legal cases, such as inheritance and the transfer of other rights. In addition to the International Bill of Human Rights, the United Nations has adopted seven other treaties on specific rights or beneficiaries. There has been a mobilization in favour of the idea of the rights of certain interest groups such as ±children, because, despite the application of all human rights to children and young ±, the former do not have equal access to universal rights and need additional specific protection. This way, you can ensure that you comply with all your legal obligations (no matter where your customers are), reduce the risk of litigation and protect your customers, which builds trust and credibility. On the contrary, a non-binding instrument is essentially a declaration or political agreement by States that everyone will try to respect a set of rights, but without a legal obligation to do so, which in practice means that there is no formal (or legal) enforcement mechanism, although there may be strong political commitments. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is the most important of all human rights instruments. Many NGOs had mobilized for the establishment of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, and the decision to establish it had been taken at the United Nations World Conference on Human Rights in Vienna in 1993, which had recommended that the General Assembly give priority to the question of the establishment of such a High Commissioner for the Promotion and Protection of All Human Rights. It was manufactured the same year±o. The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights is appointed by the Secretary-General of the United Nations and confirmed by the General Assembly as a «person of high moral standing» with knowledge of human rights. As a United Nations official, he has primary responsibility for United Nations human rights activities: his role includes the promotion, protection and fulfilment of all rights, engagement and dialogue with Governments to ensure them, and the promotion of international cooperation and United Nations coordination for the promotion and protection of all human rights. The main activity of the United Nations in this area includes the leadership of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and its national and regional offices.
OHCHR supports the activities of a wide range of United Nations activities in the field of human rights and works to promote and protect human rights and to meet universal human rights standards, including the World Programme for Human Rights Education. The most important global human rights instrument is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948. It is so widely recognized that its original non-binding character has been altered, and much of it is now often considered legally binding on the basis of general international law. It is the cornerstone of dozens of other international and regional human rights instruments and has inspired hundreds of national constitutions and other laws. The declaration consists of a preamble and 30 articles setting out the human rights and fundamental freedoms to which all men and women in the world are entitled, without discrimination. It includes civil, political, social, economic and cultural rights. At the national level, this work is carried out by the courts when international human rights instruments have been ratified or incorporated into national legislation, but also©, depending on the country, by ombudsmen, commissions, councils, parliamentary committees©, etc. The main international oversight bodies are commissions or committees©and tribunals, all composed of independent members, experts or judges, none of whom represent a State. The main mechanisms used by these organizations are: At home, it turns out that not all personality traits correspond to fundamental rights (because it is rather a criterion of individualization). Remember that civil liability for damages applies to all legal relationships: a business partner may be entitled to compensation if you have violated a law. For example, selling counterfeit products through a partner platform such as Amazon may result in legal action against you and the customers who purchased the counterfeit products. Last but not least, but perhaps most importantly, if certain conditions are met, there may be legal consequences of a criminal nature.
For example, if you intentionally violate or ignore privacy policies for marketing purposes (for example, if you sell personal information to a group of people without notifying them), you could face serious consequences.