Amazon Gets UK Antitrust Scrutiny On Data Usage, FT Says is getting U.K. antitrust scrutiny into how it uses data from smaller sellers on its site, the Financial Times reported, citing three people with knowledge of the matter. From a report: The Competition and Markets Authority has been analyzing Amazon's business for months, according to the newspaper. While the regulator hasn't yet announced an investigation, it may focus on whether Amazon favors merchants that use its logistics and delivery services, the report said. Silicon Valley giants are the focus of a vast array of European probes into how internet giants increasingly govern the terms of what people do online, often gaining insights into user behavior that no-one else can match. The U.K. move adds to European Union and German probes of Amazonâ(TM)s business and follows multiple investigations into Google, Facebook and Apple.

Amazon Gets UK Antitrust Scrutiny On Data Usage, FT Says

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