Jan 152014
 January 15, 2014  Posted by  Business, Court, Non-U.S.

AFP reports:

 Google said Wednesday it had appealed a decision by France’s data protection watchdog to fine the US giant 150,000 euros ($204,000) — the maximum possible — for failing to comply with its privacy guidelines.

The fine last week, though tiny for a group that made $15 billion in one quarter last year, is the regulator’s biggest ever and follows in the wake of other European nations cracking down on Google’s increasingly controversial privacy polices.

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