Amazon may face EU $425 million fine for data privacy issues

Amazon may face EU $425 million fine for data privacy issues
Source: cnbeta.com in the EU, CNPD is Amazon’s main privacy regulator, because Amazon’s EU headquarters are located in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. According to people familiar with the matter, the Luxembourg case is suspected of violating the EU’s general data protection regulation (gdpr), which is related to Amazon’s collection and use of personal data and has nothing to do with Amazon’s cloud computing business and network services business. The person declined to elaborate on the specific charges against Amazon. Amazon declined to comment. The company has previously said that customer privacy is a priority and that it abides by the law in all countries in which it does business. A CNPD spokesman said regulators were not allowed