France fines Google and Facebook €210m for violating privacy rules

French data regulator CNIL has fined Google €150m and Facebook €60m for breaching EU privacy rules.

The fines are for failing to allow French users to easily reject cookie-tracking technology and come under the ePrivacy Directive.

Google’s US unit was fined €90m and Google Ireland, which is th...

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