FRANCE FINES GOOGLE $57 MILLION UNDER GDPR.

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In January, France issued the largest GDPR-related fine to date, levying a [euro]50 million penalty ($57 million) against Google. According to France's data protection regulator, CNIL, Google did not provide enough transparency around how user information is collected, stored and disseminated, and failed to obtain proper consent to process user data for ad personalization across its entire range of services. According to CNIL, "The infringements observed deprive the users of essential guarantees regarding...

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