The effectiveness of the protection-by-information model in consumer law depends primarily on the method of structuring pre-contractual duties and sanctions correlated with the lack of fulfilment of said duties. Modern legal doctrine considers applying technology to law-making i.e. to fix flaws in the existing protection-by-information model. However, during this discussion, the problem of sanctions for lack of fulfilment of information duties has been disregarded. This article fills this gap by exploring how the use of technology might influence the adequacy of contemporary sanctioning models. [---]