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Elizabeth Warren Rips Amazon Again

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Elizabeth Warren Rips Amazon Again

Elizabeth Warren Rips Amazon Again

On Tuesday, Senator Elizabeth Warren called out Amazon in a town hall speech, accusing the retail giant of using the data it collects from sellers and buyers to create its own rival private label products.

Amazon fired back on Twitter debunking these claims, which led to Warren tweeting a series of news stories to support her argument.

Warren has been doubling down on her bid to break up some of the largest US tech companies, including Facebook, Google, and Amazon.

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