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EU Lawmakers Want Jeff Bezos to Tell if Amazon Spies on Them

From @Breakingviews : A congressional panel accused Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook of abusing their market power. Possible remedies include everything from breakups to banning M&A, lawmakers say. @jennifersaba  explains

From @Breakingviews : A congressional panel accused Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook of abusing their market power. Possible remedies include everything from breakups to banning M&A, lawmakers say. @jennifersaba  explains

Dead URLs raise concern Amazon is burying reviews warning of potentially hazardous products. Lawmakers say the tech giant has "turned a blind eye."

From @Breakingviews : A congressional panel accused Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook of abusing their market power. Possible remedies include everything from breakups to banning M&A, lawmakers say. @jennifersaba  explains

EU lawmakers write to Amazon CEO asking if his company ‘spies’ on politicians, union By @SiladityaRay 

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Dead URLs raise concern Amazon is burying reviews warning of potentially hazardous products. Lawmakers say the tech giant has "turned a blind eye."

Amazon's Bezos grilled by U.S. lawmakers over product safety via SeekingAlpha #news  #SeekingAlpha 

Dead URLs raise concern Amazon is burying reviews warning of potentially hazardous products. Lawmakers say the tech giant has "turned a blind eye."

Lawmakers say Amazon 'turned a blind eye' to potential dangers posed by its own brand

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Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google abused their monopoly power, U.S. House lawmakers said in a report on Tuesday that calls for sweeping changes to antitrust laws.

JUST IN: Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google are monopolies that must be restricted and regulated, House lawmakers conclude in a report that urges Congress to look at forcing "structural separations" of the companies.

The heads of Amazon, Facebook, Apple and Google had mixed responses when asked by lawmakers if they believed China steals technology from US companies

Jeff Bezos said Amazon is still investigating whether employees may have used data it acquires from its third-party sellers to launch competing products — an issue that has prompted allegations that the company misled House lawmakers a year ago

A day after lawmakers grilled the chief executives of Amazon, Apple, Alphabet and Facebook about their size and power, the companies reported a combined $28 billion in quarterly profits, defying one of the worst economic downturns on record

Jeff Bezos is giving his opening statement now. He's never faced Congress before. Some lawmakers' questions for him may go after the disparity between his wealth and the labor conditions of the workers who form Amazon's logistical advantage.

House lawmakers want Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to testify before Congress after a report that the company allegedly uses sales data from third-party sellers to gain a competitive advantage against them

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Amazon, Nike and American Airlines are among the nearly 150 companies that have signed a letter opposing Tennessee's anti-LGBTQ laws. The collective requests that lawmakers not pursue any further legislation that targets and excludes the LGBTQ community.

Amazon, Nike and American Airlines are among the nearly 150 companies that have signed a letter opposing Tennessee's anti-LGBTQ laws. The collective requests that lawmakers not pursue any further legislation that targets and excludes the LGBTQ community.

These lawmakers and others are holding Amazon’s feet to the fire. It’s disappointing that Amazon continues to bury its head in the sand in the face of concrete and legitimate concerns being raised about its technology.

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