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Amazon data commitments match DMA obligation, EU’s Vestager says

Amazon’s commitments to refrain from using non-public data from independent sellers for its business “seem to match” the rules set out by the EU’s new rules governing dominant online platforms, Margrethe Vestager has said.

“The data commitments definitely seem to match what would be asked within the Digital Markets Act (...

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