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Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon's whims are coming to an end! The US Congress has taken a tough step

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Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon's whims are coming to an end! The US Congress has taken a tough step In the US House of Representatives, both Democrats and Republicans have introduced five bills. If the said bills are passed, the alleged arbitrariness of big technology companies will be curtailed. After a 16-month investigation into major companies such as Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook, a five-member bill was introduced in the US Congress. The purpose of these five bills is to limit the power of these five giant technology companies.

This is how Amazon secretly controls the Internet

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This is how Amazon secretly controls the Internet Did you know that Amazon controls the daily traffic to the World Wide Web? The Netflix you watch, the BBC you read, the Disney Zoom app you use all depends on the technical infrastructure under the direct control of the world's richest man Jeff Bezos. Today we are going to tell you about it in detail. It all started in 2002 when Amazon Web Services (AWS) was first created as a department within Amazon. It was started under the leadership of Jeff Bezos in a small building with very little internal technical infrastructure. Jeff Bezos was known to the world only as a general online book retailer. But the following year, in 2003, two AWS engineers, Chris Pinkham and Benjamin Black, suggested that the Slick New Server service not only help their company grow stronger and faster but also sell it to other third-party companies. It opened up additional revenue for Amazon and generated revenue of $11.6 billion in the third quarter of 2020.

Amazon Jungle is selling like hot cakes on Facebook

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Amazon Jungle is selling like hot cakes on Facebook The world's largest Amazon rainforest is now in grave danger. It is the main source of the Amazon River in South America. It covers an area of ​​5,500,000 square kilometers, which covers the territory of nine South American nations. The land mafia is now trying to turn the Amazon rainforest, which is home to about 3 million species of plants and animals, into arable land. Due to this, the very existence of this region is on fire. Despite the ban on deforestation, the work is progressing at a rapid pace. Not only that but now the world's largest social networking platform like Facebook is selling Amazon jungle land. In the future, not only the indigenous peoples living in the Amazon jungle but the whole world will be affected. A BBC investigation has found that some Brazilian land mafia gangs are selling illegally occupied land in the Amazon rainforest on Facebook. There are plenty of such ads on Facebook, offering to buy land

European Parliament interrogation of Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google

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European Parliament interrogation of Facebook, Amazon, Apple, and Google The world's largest technology companies, including Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google, have come under scrutiny from European Union (EU) lawmakers. The hearing is set to take place on February 1 at the EU headquarters in Brussels. Where the CEOs of the mentioned technology companies have been invited. Currently, American companies dominate the technology world. The hearing is being held with a plan to break the dominance. Europe has put forward a new European Commission proposal to create an environment of healthy competition among technology companies and to control fake news and harmful content spread online. The European Parliament is due to give its opinion on the proposal by next month. The European Parliament is set to question the CEO of the technology giant for the same opinion. The letter sent by the parliament to the CEOs states that they understand the current business model of the company and its

The case against Amazon for arbitrarily increasing the price of e-books

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The case against Amazon for arbitrarily increasing the price of e-books A lawsuit has been filed against Amazon for allegedly raising the price of e-books in collaboration with five book publishers. A law firm called Hagens Berman has filed a lawsuit against Amazon in US federal district court. According to the firm, the retail price of the e-book increased as the publisher offered Amazon higher commissions as well as other expenses. E-books have been developed in collaboration with publishers such as Amazon and HarperCollins, Hatchet Book Group, Penguin, Random House, Simon & Suster, and Macmillan. These five publishers also account for 80 percent of the e-book market in the United States. It is mentioned in the writ petition that the huge commission paid to Amazon is also affecting the price of e-books sold in the market.