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Speaker 1: A group of us lawmakers has reportedly asked the justice department to investigate Amazon over possible criminal obstruction of Congress. They say Amazon failed to provide lawmakers with the results of an internal investigation into its competitive practices. Amazon has told makers it doesn't use data from individual third party sellers when developing its own products and that it doesn't give its own brands' preference and its search results. [00:00:30] Lawmakers accuse the eCommerce giant of trying to cover up suspected lies about these practices. Lime wire is making a comeback the former peer to peer file sharing company relaunch in the NFT space in may with a focus on music, entertainment, content and art lime wire first launched in 2000 and let people share music, movies, and other content for free, but it shut down in 2011, following mounting pressure and litigation over a piracy claims with this NFT relaunch, the company says [00:01:00] fans will be able to buy and trade on released demos, exclusive live music, digital merch, and more. And finally McDonald's is being sued by a company that fixes ice cream machines for 900 million. The company called kit is alleging defamation and disparaging practices. Kit creates AI powered devices to monitor ice cream machines. It filed a lawsuit claiming McDonald's and the company that makes the fast food chains, ice cream machines stole confidential information and misled [00:01:30] customers about safety issues with kit's tech,
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