Google may face fines after failing to answer privacy questions

Google faces further probes and “repressive action” by EU data-protection agencies after failing to meet a deadline to say how it will bring its privacy policy in line with EU rules.

18th February, 2013
Google changed its system to create a uniform set of policies for more than 60 products last year.

Google faces further probes and “repressive action” by European Union data-protection agencies after failing to meet a deadline to say how it will bring its privacy policy in line with EU rules.

Google hasn’t provided “any precise and effective” responses to EU data-protection regulators’ recommendations, France’s National Commission for Computing and Civil Liberties, or CNIL, said in a statement today.

EU regulators “are determined to act...

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