THE PRINCIPLE OF RESPONSIBILITY OF BUSINESS ACTORS IN ELECTRONIC COMMERCE ACCORDING TO THE LAW ON THE INFORMATION AND ELECTRONIC COMMERCE
The development of information technology and telecommunications today has resulted in an increasingly diverse variety of existing telecommunications facilities-only services, as well as sophisticated information technology products that can integrate all information media. One of them is a computer that is used as a human tool with the support of technological developments to make trade smooth and easy to be accessed by anyone or company. The problem in this study is how the principle of responsibility of business actors in electronic transactions. The method used in this research is juridical normative and descriptive analysis conducted with a qualitative approach to see and analyze legal norms (normative analysis) in existing laws and regulations. The results obtained that the legal responsibility of business actors in force is the principle of responsibility for negligence, but following its development began to shift to the application of strict liability, especially on transactions that have a large impact risk. Whereas in ITE Law it is the responsibility of business actors on the principle of presumed liability because the business actor is in the wrong position so that it is charged to compensate as a form of responsibility.