Google slapped with more than $56 million in fines over advertising in Europe
JHVEPhoto/iStock(NEW YORK) — Google has been fined more than $56 million over its advertising in Europe.
French data regulator CNIL released a statement Monday saying it was imposing a sanction of 50 million euros on the tech company due to “lack of transparency, unsatifactory information and lack of valid consent for the personalization of advertisement.”
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