French Regulator Slaps US$56.8 Mn For Breaking EU’s GDPR Guidelines

The Logical Indian

January 24th, 2019

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Tech giant Google, has been fined US$56.8 mn for violating EU’s guidelines. CNIL, France’s top data-privacy agency on January 21, 2019, said that Google failed to fully reveal to its users about how their personal information is being collected and what the company does with it.
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