Google challenges record €50m fine for GDPR breaches

Google has been fined €50m under Europe’s new data protection rules by the French data protection regulator CNIL, making it the largest penalty by some margin since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was introduced in May 2018. The company was fined for failing to obtain user consent in full before personalising adverts, but has decided to challenge the ruling…

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