European Union – Consumer protection. The assessment of whether, in a specific case, the means of distance communication allowed limited space or time to display the information, in accordance with art 8(4) of Directive (EU) 2011/83, should be carried out having regard to all of the technical features of the trader's marketing communication. In that regard, it fell to the national court to ascertain whether, having regard to the space and time occupied by the communication and the minimum size of the typeface which was appropriate for the average consumer targeted by that communication, all the information set out in art 6(1) of that directive could objectively be displayed within that communication. The Court of Justice of the European Union so held in proceedings concerning the information on a consumer's right of withdrawal in a company's advertising in the form of an advertising brochure attached to various newspapers and magazines.