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Australian regulators have called for a new digital platform competition law to deal with the rapid expansion of Apple, Google and others

via:IT之家     time:2023/11/27 10:01:37     readed:216

It House, November 27, according to Reuters, the Australian competition regulator said it needed to enact a new competition law.In response to the rapid expansion of digital platforms such as Amazon, Apple, Google and Meta in the country.

In response to the rapid expansion of digital platforms such as Amazon, Apple, Google and Meta in the country.

Genna Cass-Gina Cass-Gottlieb, chairman of ACCC, said: "our proposed reforms include calls for targeted consumer protection and service-specific code to prevent anti-competitive behaviour on specific digital platforms."

It House notes that digital platforms with huge market influence can use product bundling, pre-installation and default settings to limit customers' choices or prevent competitors from innovating.

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