Amazon accuses the US government of putting Jeff Bezos in the crosshairs

E-commerce giant Amazon on Tuesday accused the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), an independent body of the US government, of having The founder and former CEO of the company, Jeff Bezos, is in the spotlight.

In a letter to the FTC, the company is from Seattle (Washington State, USA) He complained about the demands imposed by the entity His investigations into the company are exaggerated and heavy, and that he unnecessarily called Bezos and current CEO, Andy Gacy, to testify.

Amazon already asked the Federal Trade Commission last year to remove its director, Lena Khan, from issues affecting the company, because He considers it biased and hostile to the company.

Khan, who was appointed by President Joe Biden to lead the US competition regulator, She is known for criticizing big tech companiesMany of them – including Amazon – are facing investigations or lawsuits over alleged monopolistic practices.

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