California Code, Civil Code - CIV § 1789.2

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For the purposes of this title, the following terms have the meanings expressed in this section:

(a) “Electronic commercial service” or “service” means an electronic shopping system to conduct the purchase of goods and services via a telecommunications network, but does not mean conventional voice-only telephone service, one-way television or radio broadcasting, an electronic fund transfer system, or a service provided through an electronic terminal located at a place of business where the sale of goods or services sold through that service otherwise occurs.

(b) “Consumer” means a natural person who purchases goods or services using an electronic commercial service.

(c) “Provider of service” means a person who contracts with consumers to provide an electronic commercial service.

(d) “Goods or services” means tangible items or physical services provided to the consumer, or tickets or vouchers for such tangible items or physical services, but does not mean computerized data delivered to the consumer via a computer terminal or in printed form.

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