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How ethical, legal and regulatory issues differ on a B2C site compared to a B2B site. Give specifics.

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//This paper talks about the difference between the ethical, legal and regulatory issues in case of B2Cwebsites and that of B2B. B2C has a large part of population and has to deal with the customers of all the age groups while B2B has only got to address to the limited number of businesses. Therefore, the nature of the businesses creates difference between legal and ethical issues for both the sites. //

B2C and B2B are the different terms in marketing given to the firms by the difference of the nature of their customers. B2C refers to 'Business to Customer' when a product is marketed to be sold to the customer or to the end user while B2B stands for 'Business to Business' where a supplier markets his products to the another business. With the emergence of the e-commerce activities, many of the online B2B or B2C websites have started their business creating a new whole online business environment.

But just like any business, there are some ethics and ...

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The response addresses the queries posted in 657 words with references.