Google must pay €50 million for GDPR violations, France says
Monday January 21, 2019. 06:26 PM , from Ars Technica
Enlarge / Google's main headquarters. (credit: Cyrus Farivar)
Google has been fined €50 million (~$57 million) by French regulators, the first major penalty under a sweeping new European Union privacy law known as GDPR, which took effect last year.
According to the French government agency, known by the acronym CNIL, Google is still in breach of the law.
CNIL explained that Google had violated two provisions of the law: first by not making its data-collection policies easily accessible enough and second by not obtaining sufficient and specific user consent for ad personalization across each of Google’s numerous services, including YouTube, Google Maps, and more.
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