International Journal of Tourism, Travel and Hospitality Law 2023

MODERNISATION OF INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS FOR CONSUMERS However, the biggest challenge for the future development of all sectors of the digital market will be a substantial regulation of the legal relations between all the parties on marketplaces, as well as of remedies and private crossborder enforcements. As for now, the European legislator tries to solve the problems arising in the functioning of the digital market by extending the traditional legal instruments that already exist on the offline market (information duties, unfair contract terms, the right of withdrawal, unfair commercial practices, collective remedies, and the like). Indeed, it is only the question of time when, for the sake of legal security of all the participants on the digital market, it will be necessary to make a significant turn and to carry out a systematic and consistent harmonisation of the substantial rules governing the legal relations on the digital market. REFERENCES Busch,Ch., Mak,V (2021) Putting the Digital Services Act in Context: Bridging the Gap Between EU Consumer Law and Platform Regulation, Journal of European Consumer and Market Law, 2021, pp. 109-115 Busch.Ch. (2016) Crowdsourcing consumer confidence in Franceschi,A (ed): European contract law and the digital single market, Intersentia, Cambridge-Antwerp-Portland Cauffman,C., Goanta,C. (2021) A New Order: The Digital Services Act and Consumer Protection, European Journal of Risk Regulation, 12 (2021), pp. 758-774 Duivenvoorde,B. (2019) The Upcoming Changes in the Unfair Commercial Practice Directive: A Better Deal for Consumers? Journal of European Consumer and Market Law, 2019, pp. 219-228 Duivenvoorde,B. (2022) The Liability of Online Marketplaces under the Unfair Commercial Practice Directive, the E-commerce Directive and the Digital Services Act, Journal of European Consumer and Market Law, 2022, pp. 43-52 Hiwatashi Dos Santos,G (2020) A “new Deal for Consumers”? The European Regulatory Framework for Online Search Queries and Rankings under the Omnibus Directive, Yearbook of the NOVA Consumer Lab – 2,2020, pp. 65-89 Iamiceli,P (2019) Online Platforms and the Digital Turn in EU Contract Law: Unfair Practices, Transparency and the (pierced) Veil of Digital Immunity, European Review of Contract Law, 2019; 15 (4) pp 392-420 Loos,M.B.M (2020) The Modernization of European Consumer Law (Continued): More Meat on the Bone After All, European Review of Private Law 2-2020 (407-424) Narciso,M (2019) The Regulation of Online Reviews in European Consumer Law, European Review of Private Law 3-2019,, pp 557-582 Narciso,M (2022a) The Unreliability of Online Review Mechanisms, Journal of Consumer Policy (2002) 45:349-368 Narciso,M (2022b) The Unfair Commercial Practices Directive – Fit for Digital Challenges? Journal of European Consumer and Market Law, 2022, pp 147-153 Sánches E,B., Deegan,J., Pérez Ricardo,E.C (2022) Influence of Internet on Tourism Consumer