The Educational Values of E-Commerce Information Technology for the Law Protection of Citizens


In Indonesia, the development of e-commerce is increasing along with the increasing number of internet and social media users. The rapid growth of e-commerce has changed the way consumers make purchases of goods and services. The growth of electronic transactions has a very positive impact on business people as well as consumers, because it provides ease, convenience, efficiency and low costs. However, electronic transactions can pose risks and uncertainties that can harm both consumers and entrepreneurs. This article aims to examine the educational values of e-commerce information technology for the protection of citizens. Digital citizenship is closely related in the way in which e-commerce information technology knowledge is mastered and practiced to make significant connections. To see digital education clearly, then clear knowledge about the application of new technologies as part of the government's recommendations for legal protection. This is important because citizens who are educated with knowledge of e-commerce technology will be able to promote ethical values as a democratic society. In this way, the new space will be available not only as a digital reality but also as a full-fledged society needs.

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Liliana Tedjosaputro, Universitas 17 Agustus 1945 Semarang, Indonesia
Emiliana Sri Pudjiarti, University of 17 Agustus 1945 Semarang, Indonesia

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Conference: IICE2022
Stream: Teaching Experiences

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Tedjosaputro L., & Pudjiarti E. (2022) The Educational Values of E-Commerce Information Technology for the Law Protection of Citizens ISSN: 2189-1036 – The IAFOR International Conference on Education – Hawaii 2022 Official Conference Proceedings
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