By  on April 26, 2018

The governing body of the European Union is proposing even more guards against the power of web-based search engines and e-commerce operators, Google, Facebook and Amazon presumably chief among them, as the effective date of a strict data privacy law nears.

The European Commission said it wants to provide “small businesses with a safety net in the digital economy” by increasing operations transparency, improving dispute mediation and setting up a new “EU Observatory” in order to monitor the digital economy more closely.

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