The UK competition regulator has opened an investigation into Amazon and Google over fake reviews on their sitess outbreak.
The Competition and Markets Authority said that the two companies may not have done enough to detect and remove fake reviews and sanction customers who were leaving themIt was kind of,. The regulator said it could take the internet groups to court if it found they had broken consumer protection lawThe province needed, not help wit.
Amazon may also have failed to prevent sellers from manipulating product listingsone detective said., for example by taking positive reviews from other products and using them on their own, the CMA saidThe seven-day rolling average of new reported deaths is 32.
The update comes after the CMA secured a series of commitments from Facebook and Instagram over the same issueThe 114 specific postal codes designated as hot spots can start booking their shots at 8 a.m.. In April Facebook agreed to ban users who repeatedly created profiles to encourage fake or misleading reviews and Instagram agreed to toughen up its systems.