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UK peers call for EU website privacy kite-mark

Wednesday 20 April 2016 | 20:54 CET | News
UK peers have recommended a new kite-mark for privacy standards on all EU websites. The EU Internal Market Sub-Committee has been investigating whether large online platforms, such as Google, Amazon, Uber and Airbnb operate above the law. Its reports, Online Platforms and the Digital Single Market, also recommends a competition investigation into online travel agents. Its findings cover regulation, e-commerce, consumer protection, and competition.

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