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2023.03.22 03:17 AC_the_Panther_007 Rebooking WrestleMania: Part 4 (WrestleMania 2000 to WrestleMania XX)

Part 1: https://www.reddit.com/fantasybooking/comments/11x50os/rebooking_wrestlemania_part_1_wrestlemania_i_to/

Part 2: https://www.reddit.com/fantasybooking/comments/11xlvzk/rebooking_wrestlemania_part_2_wrestlemania_vi_to/

Part 3: https://www.reddit.com/fantasybooking/comments/11xrycw/rebooking_wrestlemania_part_3_wrestlemania_xi_to/
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WrestleMania 2000 (April 2, 2000 at the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim in Anaheim, California):
Big Boss Man, Bull Buchanan, Vader, and T & A (Test and Albert) (w/Trish Stratus) def. Al Snow, Steve Blackman, The Godfather, D'Lo Brown, and Ahmed Johnson (w/Ice-T, the Ho Train, and Chester McCheeserton) - 10-Man Tag Team Match
Taka Michinoku (c) (w/Funaki) def. Crash Holly - WWE Light Heavyweight Championship Match
Hardcore Holly won by Last defeating Droz - Hardcore Battle Royal for the WWE Hardcore Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
Edge and Christian def. The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley), and The Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff Hardy) (c) - Triple Threat Tag Team Ladder Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship (TITLES CHANGE)
Tazz def. Ken Shamrock by Submission
Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley def. Jacqueline (c) - Lumberjill Match for the WWE Women's Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
Bret Hart def. Kurt Angle (c) (2-1) - Two out of Three Falls Match for the WWE European Championship (If Bret loses the match, he'll retire from wrestling.) (TITLE CHANGE)
Chris Jericho (c) def. Chris Benoit by Submission - WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Kane def. D-Generation X (X-Pac, Road Dogg, and Billy Gunn) - 3-on-1 Handicap Gauntlet Match
Shawn Michaels def. Mick Foley - No Disqualification Falls Count Anywhere Retirement Match (with Stone Cold Steve Austin as Special Outside Enforcer)
Triple H (w/Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley) def. The Rock (w/Mr. McMahon), Owen Hart (w/Linda McMahon), and Big Show (w/Shane McMahon) - Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match for the WWE Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
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WrestleMania X-Seven (April 1, 2001 at the Reliant Astrodome in Houston, Texas):
Chris Jericho def. William Regal (c) by Submission - WWE European Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
Kane def. Big Show and Raven (c) - Triple Threat Hardcore Match for the WWE Hardcore Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
Eddie Guerrero def. Test
Ken Shamrock and The APA (Faarooq and Bradshaw) (w/Jacqueline) def. D-Generation X (Road Dogg, Billy Gunn, and X-Pac) - Six-Man Tag Team Match
Kurt Angle def. Chris Benoit
Chyna vs. Ivory (c) - WWE Women's Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
Bret Hart (w/The British Bulldog) def. Owen Hart (c) (w/Jim Neidhart and Brian Pillman) - Winner-Takes-All Match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship (If Bret wins the match, he'll have the rights of The Hart Foundation. If Owen wins, he'll keep the rights of The Hart Foundation.) (TITLE CHANGE)
Shane McMahon (w/Linda McMahon) def. Mr. McMahon (w/Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley and Trish Stratus) - Street Fight (with Mick Foley as Special Guest Referee)
Edge and Christian (w/Rhyno) def. The Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff Hardy) (w/Lita) and The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley) (c) (w/Spike Dudley) - Triple Threat Tag Team Tables, Ladders, and Chairs Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship (TITLES CHANGE)
Shawn Michaels def. Jerry Lawler (w/The Kat)
The Undertaker def. Triple H (w/Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley)
Stone Cold Steve Austin def. The Rock (c) - No Disqualification Match for the WWE Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
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WrestleMania X8 (March 17, 2002 at the SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario, Canada):
Hulk Hogan (Alliance/nWo) (c) (w/Stephanie McMahon) def. Triple H (WWE) - WCW World Championship Match (Alliance: 1 WWE: 0)
Eddie Guerrero (c) (WWE) def. Diamond Dallas Page (Alliance) - WCW United States Championship Match (WWE: 1 Alliance: 1)
Chris Benoit (c) (WWE) def. Booker T (Alliance) by Submission - WWE Eurocontinental Championship Match (WWE: 2 Alliance: 1)
The Undertaker (WWE) def. Big Show (Alliance/nWo) (WWE: 3 Alliance: 1)
Shane McMahon and The Outsiders (Kevin Nash and Scott Hall) (Alliance/nWo) def. Sting, Ric Flair, and Mr. McMahon (WWE) - Six-Man Tag Team Match (WWE: 3 Alliance: 2)
Kurt Angle (WWE) def. Owen Hart (Alliance) - Loser Leaves WWE Match (WWE: 4 Alliance: 2)
Edge and Christian (WWE) def. Rob Van Dam and Sabu (Alliance), The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley) (c - WWE Tag Team) (w/Stacy Keliber) (Alliance), and The Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff Hardy) (c - WCW Tag Team) (WWE) - Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Tables, Ladders, and Chairs Match to Unify the WWE Tag Team Championship and WCW Tag Team Championship (TITLES CHANGE) (WWE: 5 Alliance: 2)
Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) (Alliance) def. Bret Hart (WWE) - WWE Championship Match (If Bret loses, he'll retire as a wrestler.) (WWE: 5 Alliance: 3)
Jazz (Alliance) def. Alundra Blayze (Alliance), Chyna (WWE), Lita (WWE), Molly Holly (w/The Hurricane) (Alliance), and Trish Stratus (WWE) (c) - Six-Pack Elimination Challenge for the WWE Women's Championship (TITLE CHANGE) (WWE: 5 Alliance: 4)
Mick Foley (WWE) def. William Regal (Alliance) (Winner will become the new commissioner of the company) (WWE: 6 Alliance: 4)
The Rock (WWE) def. Shawn Michaels (Alliance/nWo) (WWE: 7 Alliance: 4)
Stone Cold Steve Austin (c - WWE Champion) (Alliance) def. Hulk Hogan (c - WCW World Champion) - Unification Match for the WWE Championship and WCW World Championship (WWE: 7 Alliance: 5)
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WrestleMania XIX (March 30, 2003 at the Safeco Field in Seattle, Washington):
Lance Storm and William Regal (Raw) def. The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley) (c) (w/Spike Dudley) (Raw) - Hardcore Match for the World Tag Team Championship (TITLES CHANGE)
Jeff Hardy (Raw) def. Kane (Raw), Rob Van Dam (Raw), and Christian (c) (Raw) - Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match for WWE Intercontinental Championship
Matt Hardy Version 1 (c) (SmackDown) def. Rey Mysterio (SmackDown) - WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match
The Undertaker (SmackDown) def. Big Show (SmackDown)
Trish Stratus (Raw) def. Lita (Raw), Jazz (Raw), and Victoria (c) (Raw) - Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match for the WWE Women's Championship
Team Angle (Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas) (SmackDown) def. Chris Benoit and Edge (SmackDown) and Los Guerreros (Eddie and Chavo Guerrero) (c) (SmackDown) - Triple Threat Tag Team Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship (TITLES CHANGE)
Shawn Michaels (Raw) def. Chris Jericho (Raw)
Booker T (Raw) def. Triple H (c) (w/Ric Flair, Batista, and Randy Orton) (Raw) - World Heavyweight Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
Hulk Hogan (SmackDown) def. Mr. McMahon (WWE) - Street Fight (If Hogan loses, he'll retire)
The Rock (Raw) def. Stone Cold Steve Austin (Raw)
Brock Lesnar (SmackDown) def. Kurt Angle (c) (SmackDown) - WWE Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
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WrestleMania XX (March 14, 2004 at the Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York):
The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray, D-Von, and Spike Dudley) (Raw) def. La Résistance (René Duprée, Sylvain Grenier, and Robért Conway) (Raw) - Six-Man Tag Team Hardcore Match
John Cena (SmackDown) def. Edge (SmackDown), and Big Show (c) (SmackDown) - Triple Threat Match for the WWE United States Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
Scott Steiner (w/Rick Steiner) (Raw) last eliminating Rob Van Dam (Raw) - 10-Man Gauntlet Match to Determine the WWE Intercontinental Championship No. 1 Contender
Torrie Wilson and Sable (SmackDown) def. Stacy Keibler and Jacqueline (Raw) - Playboy Evening Gown Match
Ultimo Dragon (SmackDown) def. Rey Mysterio (SmackDown), Shannon Moore (SmackDown), Tajiri (SmackDown), Jamie Noble (SmackDown), Nunzio (SmackDown), Billy Kidman (SmackDown), Paul London (SmackDown), Funaki (SmackDown), and Chavo Guerrero (c) (w/Chavo Guerrero, Sr.) (SmackDown) - Cruiserweight Open for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship) (TITLE CHANGE)
Christian (Raw) def. Chris Jericho (Raw) (with Trish Stratus as Special Guest Referee)
Evolution (Randy Orton, Ric Flair, and Batista) (Raw) def. Shane McMahon and The Rock 'n' Sock Connection (The Rock and Mick Foley) (Raw) - Six-Man Tag Team Match
The Hurricane, Rosey, and The APA (Faarooq and Bradshaw) (Raw/SmackDown) def. A-Train, Rhyno, Mark Jindrak, and Garrison Cade (Raw/SmackDown) - Eight-Man Tag Team Match
Goldberg (Raw) def. Brock Lesnar (SmackDown) (with Stone Cold Steve Austin as Special Guest Referee)
Lita (Raw) def. Ivory (SmackDown) - Lumberjill Match
Rikishi and Scotty 2 Hotty (w/Grand Master Sexay) (SmackDown) def. The Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff Hardy) (SmackDown), The World's Greatest Tag Team (Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas) (SmackDown), and The Basham Brothers (Danny and Doug Basham) (c) (SmackDown) - Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship Match (TITLES CHANGE)
Victoria (c) (Raw) def. Molly Holly (Raw) - Hair vs. Hair Match for the WWE Women's Championship
Eddie Guerrero (c) (SmackDown) def. Kurt Angle (SmackDown) - WWE Championship Match
The Undertaker (SmackDown) def. Kane (Raw)
Chris Benoit (SmackDown) def. Shawn Michaels (Raw) and Triple H (c) (Raw) (c) by Submission - Triple Threat Match for the World Heavyweight Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
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Part 5 is coming soon (WrestleMania 21 to WrestleMania XXV)
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2023.03.22 00:12 Consistent-Rice-8117 Washington prepares for war with Amazon on mergers, antitrust, privacy and more

The Biden administration is planning to take action soon on at least three of its half-dozen investigations of Amazon — moves that could lead to a blitz of litigation to rein in the iconic tech-industry giant.
The FTC has been investigating the internet titan on multiple fronts dating at least back to 2019, looking into its abuse of power within its online marketplace, as well as potential consumer-privacy violations connected to its Ring cameras and Alexa digital assistant.
The agency is also reviewing Amazon’s purchase of robot vacuum maker iRobot. Any suit against Amazon would be a high-profile move by the agency under chair Lina Khan, a Big Tech skeptic who rose to prominence with a 2017 academic paper specifically identifying Amazon as a modern monopolist needing to be reined in.
Although Amazon has already been hit by local antitrust suits in Washington, D.C. and California, the coming federal cases would be the most significant challenges to the global company yet. The exact timing of any cases or settlements is unknown.
POLITICO spoke to more than 10 people with direct knowledge of the investigations by the FTC’s competition and consumer protection teams to put together a comprehensive picture of how the agency is now pursuing Amazon, why it didn’t take action on the company’s most recent major acquisition of One Medical and what is likely to happen in the coming months. According to those people, who were granted anonymity to discuss confidential investigations:
The FTC is currently weighing whether to challenge Amazon’s $1.7 billion acquisition of robot vacuum maker iRobot, with the agency’s staff attorneys leaning toward suing to stop the deal according to three people with knowledge of that investigation. That case could come in the next few months. It has at least two open privacy investigations, one into Amazon’s Ring camera and security system business, and the other into its Alexa voice assistant over potential violations of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, according to four people with knowledge of those cases. The result of at least one of the FTC’s privacy investigations could come in the next couple of months, one of the people said. FTC staff previously recommended filing a lawsuit over alleged privacy and data security violations at Ring before Khan started. Also potentially coming in the next few months is a wide-ranging antitrust case targeting Amazon’s retail operations, multiple people with knowledge of the probe said. Though the details of a complaint are not known, it could include the bundling of services through its Prime subscription business and its use of competitor data to out-muscle rival retailers on its platform, according to some of those people. The FTC has been investigating nearly every aspect of the company’s business since 2019, and a lawsuit has long been expected. The Wall Street Journal previously reported that an antitrust case could be filed against Amazon in the coming months. The FTC is pursuing a so-called “dark pattern” probe into the difficulty customers have unsubscribing from Prime and other services. Dark patterns are deceptive tactics used by websites to trick users into doing things like subscribing to a more expensive service than they intended. It is also conducting a deceptive advertising probe into the “Amazon Choice” label the company gives certain products on its marketplace. The FTC is investigating how that label is used to promote products that appear in search results, including whether it is pay-to-play. Amazon maintains it is not. Nicholas Thompson interviews David Limp onstage. Hold the satellite subsidies. A top Amazon exec is more worried about space junk. BY JOHN HENDEL Representatives for the FTC and Amazon both declined to comment on the investigations.
The lack of action so far shows the difficulties facing the agency in taking on a company as multifaceted as Amazon — and suggests the FTC is picking its cases with caution, according to some of the people, who are familiar with the agency’s strategy.
The FTC has sued Amazon before, accusing it of illegally withholding tips from some delivery drivers. The company settled the case and paid almost $60 million to reimburse drivers.
Top enforcement officials in the Biden administration have aggressively gone after corporate mergers and tech firms in the past year. The FTC last year sued to block Microsoft’s $69 billion purchase of Activision, and the Justice Department has two separate lawsuits against Google over its search and advertising businesses in addition to preparing an antitrust case against Apple.
The FTC is also coming off a loss in its case to block Meta’s acquisition of a popular virtual reality app. While the judge in the case validated the FTC’s novel theory that it could be illegal for companies to acquire, rather than build, a product, he also said the agency did not have the facts to support its claims.
In that environment, the FTC is under immense pressure to bring a successful antitrust case against Amazon — particularly after letting two of the company’s largest deals through without opposition in the past year, according to agency insiders and observers.
Amazon closed its $8.5 billion purchase of MGM Studios in March 2022, with the agency’s hands tied as its four commissioners at the time deadlocked along partisan lines on whether to intervene. Then last month, the agency elected to pass on challenging the company’s $3.9 billion purchase of the primary care provider One Medical despite agency officials’ belief that the deal was anticompetitive, according to three people with knowledge of the agency’s decision.
The rumble over Roombas
Most of the FTC’s Amazon investigations were launched during the Trump administration, when Republican chair Joe Simons began a broad oversight push on tech giants.
One exception is the $1.7 billion iRobot deal — along with One Medical — which was announced in August 2022.
The agency has not yet concluded its investigation of the deal, and is continuing to collect documents and testimony from third parties, five of the people with knowledge of the review said.
FTC staff do not believe that Amazon, the leading online retailer in the U.S., should be allowed to buy the largest maker of a popular product sold on its platform, the people said.
Among its issues, those people said, the agency is concerned that Amazon will favor iRobot’s Roombas over competing brands of automated vacuums such as Samsung. The FTC is also concerned about how the addition of iRobot will add to the control Amazon has in the broader market for connected home devices. Amazon also owns the home security company Ring, and makes the popular voice assistant Alexa and Echo smart speaker. And the FTC is asking whether Amazon would withhold Roombas from competing retailers altogether.
The FTC has also asked how the deal would increase Amazon’s control over consumer data, as well as potential privacy harms, but that is not the main focus, according to some of the people.
“We’re working cooperatively with the relevant regulators in their review of the merger. We have no plans to operate iRobot differently than how they operate today in regards to its availability through other retailers,” said Amazon spokesperson Curtis Eichelberger. “We will continue to supply other retailers and vendors with iRobot products, and continue to sell other products on Amazon.com.” Amazon also plans to maintain iRobot’s interoperability with other voice assistants, Eichelberger said.
Amazon has been largely unresponsive to the FTC’s investigation so far, refusing to turn over information requested by the FTC, some of the people said.
For a targeted company, this can be a strategy to run out the clock: Merger reviews are governed by strict statutory time restrictions. In an in-depth review of a merger, the government has 30 days to decide whether to sue once a company meets all the investigative demands. Companies often agree to give the FTC or Justice Department more time, but Amazon has made no such concession, sources said.
In this case though, the FTC likely has time, given the companies also need approval in the EU and UK before they can close their deal. Those reviews are still in the early stages.
An iRobot spokesperson did not respond for comment.
Roomba robot vacuums made by iRobot are displayed on a shelf. The FTC is currently weighing whether to challenge Amazon’s $1.7 billion acquisition of robot vacuum maker iRobot, with the agency’s staff attorneys leaning toward suing to stop the deal according to three people with knowledge of that investigation. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Why the FTC didn’t try to block the One Medical deal
One reason for FTC’s lack of action on Amazon so far, say experts, is that it’s technically very hard to bring cases against tech giants, either for enforcers or private plaintiffs — in part because they control all the data that enforcers need to build a case.
“The platforms have an enormous information advantage and unique access to the evidence that the government or plaintiffs need to meet their burden of proof,” said Amanda Lewis, in Senate testimony this month. Lewis is a partner with Cuneo, Gilbert and Laduca, and previously worked at the FTC and as a Hill staffer on tech and antitrust issues.
Another illustration of the difficulty is the most recent antitrust case the agency didn’t pursue against Amazon: Its $3.9 billion purchase of One Medical, a primary care company providing access to doctors through individual and corporate subscriptions.
The FTC extensively investigated the One Medical deal and found evidence of anticompetitive behavior that many at the agency considered damning, but ultimately cleared the deal because they saw it as too hard of a case to win, according to multiple people with knowledge of the agency’s thinking.
That evidence includes Amazon’s decision to abruptly end lengthy negotiations to poach some of One Medical’s corporate customers with cheaper pricing in favor of killing off its competing Amazon Care service and acquiring the company, those people said.
In one instance, Amazon was trying to lure the ride-hailing company Lyft to sign a deal for its own health care service, according to three people with knowledge of Lyft’s testimony during the merger review. Amazon offered to substantially undercut One Medical on price and offered a national network of doctors — but when Lyft was ready to sign with Amazon, the retail giant announced its takeover of One Medical, pulled out of negotiations with Lyft, and then said it was shutting down Amazon Care, the three people said.
A spokesperson for Lyft declined to comment.
Other companies had similar testimony, two of the people said. Though many FTC staffers saw that behavior as anti-competitive and illegal — acquiring a competitor rather than competing on the merits — the agency ultimately decided it would be too challenging to define exactly what market Amazon was monopolizing, some of the people said.
“We decided independent of, and prior to, the One Medical acquisition, that the Amazon Care offering and business model wasn’t going to work long-term,” Eichelberger said.
For the FTC, time is not on their side. With just 19 months until the election and a potential change in administration, it’s in the agency’s interest to move on these cases as quickly as possible, lest priorities change in a new regime.
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2023.03.21 17:01 semantic_monkey09 Should I get a crash lawyer?

Hi there everybody. New to this sub. Hope this is an appropriate place to inquire.
A few weeks ago, I was rear ended on the freeway in California. The van that hit me caused me to hit the car in front of me, which then caused that car to hit the car in front of them. The driver at fault, per my own intuition and confirmed through the CHP crash report, was going roughly 60mph before slamming on his breaks to hit me. I suffered some chest pain, headache, and neck soreness. I denied a visit to the ER from the crash scene as I was worried about not having medical insurance. I did follow up with an ER visit within 24 hours and was cleared medically after they did a chest X-ray, CT scan, and EKG.
Separately, my car was towed to a lot where its incurring a daily fee on top of the hefty tow fine. At best, my old car was probably around $4000 in value.
Since the accident, my symptoms have resolved and I really don’t anticipate requiring on going medical care as a result of the accident though I’m trying to be mindful that I may not know the full extent of the damage only a few weeks from the accident.
The vehicle at fault is a company vehicle and is insured with a commercial policy. I just opened up a claim with that company as we previously maneuvered with the understanding that the motorist who hit me was personally uninsured.
I’ve been talking with a lawyer but have not signed with him yet. I’m not sure if I should sign with him. The contingency fees are high and I don’t want that to take away from my ability to walk away from this situation without a financial hit. However, it might be handy to have him on my side to fight for more compensation given that this is a commercial policy.
What do you think? Is a lawyer worth it in this instance? Does the fact that this is a commercial policy have a significant role?
TL/DR: my car was totaled in a rear ended accident and I sustained minimal injuries. Should I hire a lawyer to work with the commercial insurance policy covering the at fault vehicle?
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2023.03.21 13:50 msaleem Washington prepares for war with Amazon on mergers, antitrust, privacy and more

The Biden administration is planning to take action soon on at least three of its half-dozen investigations of Amazon — moves that could lead to a blitz of litigation to rein in the iconic tech-industry giant.
The FTC has been investigating the internet titan on multiple fronts dating at least back to 2019, looking into its abuse of power within its online marketplace, as well as potential consumer-privacy violations connected to its Ring cameras and Alexa digital assistant.
The agency is also reviewing Amazon’s purchase of robot vacuum maker iRobot. Any suit against Amazon would be a high-profile move by the agency under chair Lina Khan, a Big Tech skeptic who rose to prominence with a 2017 academic paper specifically identifying Amazon as a modern monopolist needing to be reined in.
Although Amazon has already been hit by local antitrust suits in Washington, D.C. and California, the coming federal cases would be the most significant challenges to the global company yet. The exact timing of any cases or settlements is unknown.
POLITICO spoke to more than 10 people with direct knowledge of the investigations by the FTC’s competition and consumer protection teams to put together a comprehensive picture of how the agency is now pursuing Amazon, why it didn’t take action on the company’s most recent major acquisition of One Medical and what is likely to happen in the coming months. According to those people, who were granted anonymity to discuss confidential investigations:
The FTC is currently weighing whether to challenge Amazon’s $1.7 billion acquisition of robot vacuum maker iRobot, with the agency’s staff attorneys leaning toward suing to stop the deal according to three people with knowledge of that investigation. That case could come in the next few months. It has at least two open privacy investigations, one into Amazon’s Ring camera and security system business, and the other into its Alexa voice assistant over potential violations of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, according to four people with knowledge of those cases. The result of at least one of the FTC’s privacy investigations could come in the next couple of months, one of the people said. FTC staff previously recommended filing a lawsuit over alleged privacy and data security violations at Ring before Khan started. Also potentially coming in the next few months is a wide-ranging antitrust case targeting Amazon’s retail operations, multiple people with knowledge of the probe said. Though the details of a complaint are not known, it could include the bundling of services through its Prime subscription business and its use of competitor data to out-muscle rival retailers on its platform, according to some of those people. The FTC has been investigating nearly every aspect of the company’s business since 2019, and a lawsuit has long been expected. The Wall Street Journal previously reported that an antitrust case could be filed against Amazon in the coming months. The FTC is pursuing a so-called “dark pattern” probe into the difficulty customers have unsubscribing from Prime and other services. Dark patterns are deceptive tactics used by websites to trick users into doing things like subscribing to a more expensive service than they intended. It is also conducting a deceptive advertising probe into the “Amazon Choice” label the company gives certain products on its marketplace. The FTC is investigating how that label is used to promote products that appear in search results, including whether it is pay-to-play. Amazon maintains it is not. Nicholas Thompson interviews David Limp onstage. Hold the satellite subsidies. A top Amazon exec is more worried about space junk. BY JOHN HENDEL Representatives for the FTC and Amazon both declined to comment on the investigations.
The lack of action so far shows the difficulties facing the agency in taking on a company as multifaceted as Amazon — and suggests the FTC is picking its cases with caution, according to some of the people, who are familiar with the agency’s strategy.
The FTC has sued Amazon before, accusing it of illegally withholding tips from some delivery drivers. The company settled the case and paid almost $60 million to reimburse drivers.
Top enforcement officials in the Biden administration have aggressively gone after corporate mergers and tech firms in the past year. The FTC last year sued to block Microsoft’s $69 billion purchase of Activision, and the Justice Department has two separate lawsuits against Google over its search and advertising businesses in addition to preparing an antitrust case against Apple.
The FTC is also coming off a loss in its case to block Meta’s acquisition of a popular virtual reality app. While the judge in the case validated the FTC’s novel theory that it could be illegal for companies to acquire, rather than build, a product, he also said the agency did not have the facts to support its claims.
In that environment, the FTC is under immense pressure to bring a successful antitrust case against Amazon — particularly after letting two of the company’s largest deals through without opposition in the past year, according to agency insiders and observers.
Amazon closed its $8.5 billion purchase of MGM Studios in March 2022, with the agency’s hands tied as its four commissioners at the time deadlocked along partisan lines on whether to intervene. Then last month, the agency elected to pass on challenging the company’s $3.9 billion purchase of the primary care provider One Medical despite agency officials’ belief that the deal was anticompetitive, according to three people with knowledge of the agency’s decision.
The rumble over Roombas
Most of the FTC’s Amazon investigations were launched during the Trump administration, when Republican chair Joe Simons began a broad oversight push on tech giants.
One exception is the $1.7 billion iRobot deal — along with One Medical — which was announced in August 2022.
The agency has not yet concluded its investigation of the deal, and is continuing to collect documents and testimony from third parties, five of the people with knowledge of the review said.
FTC staff do not believe that Amazon, the leading online retailer in the U.S., should be allowed to buy the largest maker of a popular product sold on its platform, the people said.
Among its issues, those people said, the agency is concerned that Amazon will favor iRobot’s Roombas over competing brands of automated vacuums such as Samsung. The FTC is also concerned about how the addition of iRobot will add to the control Amazon has in the broader market for connected home devices. Amazon also owns the home security company Ring, and makes the popular voice assistant Alexa and Echo smart speaker. And the FTC is asking whether Amazon would withhold Roombas from competing retailers altogether.
The FTC has also asked how the deal would increase Amazon’s control over consumer data, as well as potential privacy harms, but that is not the main focus, according to some of the people.
“We’re working cooperatively with the relevant regulators in their review of the merger. We have no plans to operate iRobot differently than how they operate today in regards to its availability through other retailers,” said Amazon spokesperson Curtis Eichelberger. “We will continue to supply other retailers and vendors with iRobot products, and continue to sell other products on Amazon.com.” Amazon also plans to maintain iRobot’s interoperability with other voice assistants, Eichelberger said.
Amazon has been largely unresponsive to the FTC’s investigation so far, refusing to turn over information requested by the FTC, some of the people said.
For a targeted company, this can be a strategy to run out the clock: Merger reviews are governed by strict statutory time restrictions. In an in-depth review of a merger, the government has 30 days to decide whether to sue once a company meets all the investigative demands. Companies often agree to give the FTC or Justice Department more time, but Amazon has made no such concession, sources said.
In this case though, the FTC likely has time, given the companies also need approval in the EU and UK before they can close their deal. Those reviews are still in the early stages.
An iRobot spokesperson did not respond for comment.
Roomba robot vacuums made by iRobot are displayed on a shelf. The FTC is currently weighing whether to challenge Amazon’s $1.7 billion acquisition of robot vacuum maker iRobot, with the agency’s staff attorneys leaning toward suing to stop the deal according to three people with knowledge of that investigation. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Why the FTC didn’t try to block the One Medical deal
One reason for FTC’s lack of action on Amazon so far, say experts, is that it’s technically very hard to bring cases against tech giants, either for enforcers or private plaintiffs — in part because they control all the data that enforcers need to build a case.
“The platforms have an enormous information advantage and unique access to the evidence that the government or plaintiffs need to meet their burden of proof,” said Amanda Lewis, in Senate testimony this month. Lewis is a partner with Cuneo, Gilbert and Laduca, and previously worked at the FTC and as a Hill staffer on tech and antitrust issues.
Another illustration of the difficulty is the most recent antitrust case the agency didn’t pursue against Amazon: Its $3.9 billion purchase of One Medical, a primary care company providing access to doctors through individual and corporate subscriptions.
The FTC extensively investigated the One Medical deal and found evidence of anticompetitive behavior that many at the agency considered damning, but ultimately cleared the deal because they saw it as too hard of a case to win, according to multiple people with knowledge of the agency’s thinking.
That evidence includes Amazon’s decision to abruptly end lengthy negotiations to poach some of One Medical’s corporate customers with cheaper pricing in favor of killing off its competing Amazon Care service and acquiring the company, those people said.
In one instance, Amazon was trying to lure the ride-hailing company Lyft to sign a deal for its own health care service, according to three people with knowledge of Lyft’s testimony during the merger review. Amazon offered to substantially undercut One Medical on price and offered a national network of doctors — but when Lyft was ready to sign with Amazon, the retail giant announced its takeover of One Medical, pulled out of negotiations with Lyft, and then said it was shutting down Amazon Care, the three people said.
A spokesperson for Lyft declined to comment.
Other companies had similar testimony, two of the people said. Though many FTC staffers saw that behavior as anti-competitive and illegal — acquiring a competitor rather than competing on the merits — the agency ultimately decided it would be too challenging to define exactly what market Amazon was monopolizing, some of the people said.
“We decided independent of, and prior to, the One Medical acquisition, that the Amazon Care offering and business model wasn’t going to work long-term,” Eichelberger said.
For the FTC, time is not on their side. With just 19 months until the election and a potential change in administration, it’s in the agency’s interest to move on these cases as quickly as possible, lest priorities change in a new regime.
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