EU proposes new legislation to monitor apple, Google and other giant protection small companies

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 EU proposes new legislation to monitor apple, Google and other giant protection small companies


NetEase news (NetEase) April 27th, according to British media, the EU put forward new laws on Thursday for the first time to regulate business relations between technology giants such as Google, apple and Amazon and other smaller companies. The new law will focus on application stores, search engines, e-commerce sites and hotel reservations, requiring them to be more transparent in the search results and on some of the services. The proposal will also allow all companies to collectively Sue online platforms when these giants fail to comply with non discriminatory and transparent requirements. Music streaming media services such as Spotify have been asking Brussels to solve the relationship between platforms and enterprises, saying that online platforms are hindering competitors services. Apple introduced AppleMusic into the music streaming service, and other companies such as Spotify expressed concern that Apple received an income of 30% from AppStore to make its services unfair. The EUs proposal also requires the approval of the European Parliament and other member states. In accordance with the bill, the online platform must designate the mediator to deal with the complaint and bear at least half the cost of the lawsuit. Platforms must describe their own services and other services in terms and conditions. Gabriel, the European Union digital economy Commissioner, said platforms and search engines are important channels for European businesses to affect consumers, but they must ensure that they do not abuse their power and harm the interests of the business users. She said: we are taking an important step in transparency, efficient resolution of disputes and the introduction of the observatory, a very detailed analysis of the online platform business and the formulation of clear laws and regulations. However, music streaming companies say that transparency is not enough. CCIA, representing Google, Amazon and eBay, said that the online platform is trying to maintain good relations with business users, because this is also in their own interest. (Mu Xiulin) source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 The EUs proposal also requires the approval of the European Parliament and other member states. In accordance with the bill, the online platform must designate the mediator to deal with the complaint and bear at least half the cost of the lawsuit. Platforms must describe their own services and other services in terms and conditions. Gabriel, the European Union digital economy Commissioner, said platforms and search engines are important channels for European businesses to affect consumers, but they must ensure that they do not abuse their power and harm the interests of the business users. She said: we are taking an important step in transparency, efficient resolution of disputes and the introduction of the observatory, a very detailed analysis of the online platform business and the formulation of clear laws and regulations. However, music streaming companies say that transparency is not enough. CCIA, representing Google, Amazon and eBay, said that the online platform is trying to maintain good relations with business users, because this is also in their own interest. (Mu Xiulin)