The two largest global online marketplaces will not sign today the charter of good conduct with French SMEs and VSEs. Much to the dissatisfaction of the Secretary of State for Digital, which promotes it, Amazon and Alibaba have disengaged. "The Internet is not the Wild West, and we are determined to continue to defend our SMEs," Mounir Mahjoubi voiced in the Parisian yesterday. Leboncoin, Rakuten, Cdiscount, eBay, Fnac Darty, La Redoute, Mano Mano and Conforama will sign this charter, including various commitments such as the use of mediation to settle disputes. The secretary of state says he wanted to anticipate the European regulation to come into force in 2020. Last December, Bercy had assigned Amazon to the commercial court for "significant imbalance in business relations" with companies that sell on its platform in France. K J.