Smart phones, especially phones with cameras, are no longer a safe bet to purchase in the U.S. as the government cracks down on online sales.
The Department of Justice has issued several orders against Chinese online retailers, and in many cases the companies have gone into receivership.
The cases have caused some brands to lay off workers, with some going bankrupt.
The Justice Department also issued a number of lawsuits targeting Google over its search algorithm.
In a new lawsuit, the DOJ claims Google violated antitrust laws by selling Google Search in China without the proper approvals.
We reached out to several retailers to see what they think about the DOJ’s moves.
They say that although they have been hit hard by the recent crackdown, they have made good progress in dealing with the new laws.
They are also concerned that the DOJ could still issue another round of orders, so they have set up a contingency plan in case they are unable to comply with the DOJ.
Here’s what they said: We understand the current legal and regulatory challenges facing our industry and we remain committed to building a safe and robust marketplace.
We remain focused on the business and consumer protection needs of our consumers, and we will continue to work with our regulators to develop new rules to help keep consumers safe online.
We are also working to educate our consumers about the latest threats and the importance of being able to purchase goods and services online, and to provide additional resources to consumers to protect their online safety.