EU asks AliExpress for information on illegal goods sold on its platform By Reuters


© Reuters. THE PICTURES. The AliExpress logo in a company office in Moscow, Russia. April 9, 2020. REUTERS/Evgenia Novozhenina

BRUSSELS, Nov 6 (Reuters) – The European Commission on Monday asked AliExpress (NYSE:), Ali Baba information about illegal products, such as counterfeit drugs and counterfeit drugs, which are sold on its platform, making use of the powers granted to it by the new EU law on internet content.

The EU minister said he has submitted a request to AliExpress under the Digital Services Act, which requires the big tech companies to do more to fight illegal content and problems on their platform.

“AliExpress must provide the requested information to the Commission by November 27, 2023. Based on the analysis of AliExpress’s response, the Commission will evaluate the next steps,” the Commission said in a statement. .

(Reporting by Foo Yun Chee; editing in Spanish by Benjamín Mejías Valencia)

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