EU files antitrust charges against Amazon over data use

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European Union regulators have filed antitrust charges against Amazon, accusing the e-commerce giant of using the data to gain an unfair advantage over merchants using its platform. The EU Executive Board, the bloc’s main antitrust law enforcement official, said on Tuesday that the charges had been passed to the company.

The commission said it challenges Amazon’s systematic use of non-public business data to avoid “normal competitive risks and to capitalize on its dominance” for e-commerce services in France and Germany, both the company’s largest markets in the EU. The EU started looking at Amazon in 2018 and focused on its dual role of market and retailer.

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  • European Union regulators have filed antitrust charges against Amazon, accusing the e-commerce giant of using the data to gain an unfair advantage over merchants using its platform.
  • EU files antitrust charges against Amazon over data use
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