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Amazon cuts automatic data-sharing link to comply with EU's Digital Markets Act

Amazon has given online shoppers the choice of whether or not to allow data from their purchasing history to be shared with other of its platforms, such as its video and audiobooks services, as part of efforts to comply with the EU's Digital Markets Act by a March 6 deadline.

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