The European Union has fined $ 888 million on Amazon, know what the reason is

The European Union has imposed the largest penalty on Amazon ever. This penalty has been imposed for violation of data privacy rules. However Amazon did it in violation of the rules. Let’s understand what the whole thing is and what Amazon is planning now.

Amazon has been fined $ 746 million or $ 888 million by the Luxembourg Data Protection Authority. This penalty has been imposed for violations of the European General Data Protection Regulation. The investigation was launched in 2018 following a complaint by the French rights group. They welcomed the decision of the penalties imposed on Amazon.

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What Amazon said in its clarification

In its clarification, Amazon said, ‘No rules are violated. Nor has any third party provided any kind of customer data. “There is no basis for the recent decision.

The decision, which was imposed on Amazon, came on 16 July. According to media reports, Amazon will challenge the decision in the near future. Let us tell you that according to the European Union General Data Protection Regulation, no company can use people’s personal data without permission. If companies use that data without permission, they will be charged a hefty fine.

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