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Google loses appeal against EUR 50 mln fine for GDPR breach in France

Monday 22 June 2020 | 09:53 CET | News
The French supreme court (Conseil d'Etat) dismissed a challenge by Google against the EUR 50 million fine imposed on the company in January 2019 for GDPR violations. The ruling confirms the conclusions of the country's data protection watchdog Cnil, which had found Google guilty of failing to provide adequate information on its data consent policies when signing up Android users.

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Companies: Google
Countries: France
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