Amazon Does Whatever It Likes Without Consequenceby@linakhantakesamazon
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Amazon Does Whatever It Likes Without Consequence

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Amazon's monopoly power is evident through its ability to degrade search results, shopping experiences, and raise prices for seller services without losing significant business. These actions provide direct evidence of Amazon's dominance, further corroborated by its alleged unlawful conduct in both markets.

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FTC v. Amazon Court Filing, retrieved on Sep 26, 2023, is part of HackerNoon’s Legal PDF Series. You can jump to any part in this filing here. This is part 29 of 80.

D. Direct Evidence Further Demonstrates Amazon's Monopoly Power

228. Direct evidence demonstrates that Amazon has monopoly power. Amazon's ability to profitably do the following without losing sufficient business to change its behavior illustrates its monopoly power: (a) degrade the quality of its shopper-facing search results and (redacted) (b) degrade the quality of the shopping experience on Amazon by (redacted) and (c) raise the prices it charges sellers to access the full suite of Amazon’s marketplace seller services and fulfillment services. In addition, Amazon’s unlawful conduct is further direct evidence confirming Amazon’s monopoly power in both markets.

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