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This has largely been due to the political landscape and gripes with both liberals and conservatives for how the site handles content policing.
What continues to surprise me is how little accountability or expectations there still seems to be for marketplace platforms.
Through some great investigations from the Wall Street Journal, we’ve seen how fast and loose Amazon has been playing with third-party sellers getting free reign on the site.
Standing behind the properties being booked on their platform was seemingly the last box to check before driving to the IPO hoop.