Amazon says Big Tech Bill could end third-party sales


By Matthew Perlman (June 1, 2022, 6:23 p.m. EDT) — Amazon said Wednesday that a bill to ban big tech companies from giving their own products and services an unfair advantage on their platforms would jeopardize its ability to host third parties. party sellers and offer two-day shipping for Prime members.

Brian Huseman, Amazon’s vice president of public policy, penned a blog post lambasting the US Online Innovation and Choice Act, saying the bill, which has versions in both houses of the Congress, falsely targets only a handful of companies and risks harming service consumers and small businesses that matter.

While pro-consumer groups have praised the bill, other interest groups and tech companies themselves…

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