Amazon Proposes Settlement of EU Antitrust Charges on Seller Data

BRUSSELS—Amazon Inc. has proposed concessions to settle two antitrust cases against it in the European Union, a fresh sign of changing strategy from big tech companies after the bloc passed a strict new digital-competition law.

The U.S.-based online retailer has promised not to use non-public data about sellers on its marketplace, after the EU accused Amazon of violating competition law by using non-public information from merchants to compete against them.