A court in Germany yesterday ruled that Amazon’s Dash ordering devices fail to give consumers sufficient information about products or price, contravening consumer protection laws. A regional consumer protection group argued that Dash buttons were in conflict with trading regulations detailing that shoppers should know what they are paying at the time of any transaction.

Amazon has vowed to fight the ruling through all available channels. The decision comes as Amazon remains under investigation by Germany’s antitrust authority over its relationships with third party vendors on its site.

Source: Reuters