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 June 20, 2020  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court, Laws, Non-U.S.

Gaspard Sebag reports:

Alphabet Inc.’s Google lost its fight over a 50 million-euro ($56 million) privacy fine in France — the biggest penalty levied so far under the European Union’s beefed-up data-protection rules.

France’s top administrative court ruled on Friday that Google didn’t deliver sufficiently clear and transparent information to Android users and didn’t give them a chance to deliberately consent to their private data being processed to personalize adverts.

Read more on Bloomberg Law.

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