May 11, 2021
1) California appeals court finds Amazon responsible for third party sellers’ products.
The court rejected Amazon’s stance that it’s only an intermediary between buyers and sellers.
An appeals court in California has ruled that Amazon can be held liable for products sold through its marketplace by a third-party seller, the Los Angeles Times reported. It’s the second major case in California where an appeals court has rejected Amazon’s long-held position that it is merely an intermediary between buyers and its third-party sellers.
Amazon collectively refers to these sellers as its “Amazon Marketplace” even though it’s not a separate or distinct part of Amazon’s website. Third-party sellers’ products typically appear in Amazon listings, with a small line of text to indicate that Amazon itself is not the actual seller.
3) Facebook bans signal’s attempt to run transparent Instagram ad campaign.
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