• Home
  • Posts
  • Google vs. The GDPR: Tech Giant hit with Massive Fine over Digital Advertising

Google vs. The GDPR: Tech Giant hit with Massive Fine over Digital Advertising

The French Data Protection Authority, the CNIL,has issued a record fine against Google of 50 million euros (£44m), but still far from the highest penalty possible under the GDPR, after finding that information provided by Google’s services lacked transparency, particularly around the collection of users’ consent. The decision serves as a warning to all organisations with online services, particularly those engaging in online advertising, on the standard of scrutiny into their Privacy by Design and consent mechanisms likely to be applied to them by Supervisory Authorities.

Read the full article here.

 

 

Share this...

Share on email
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on facebook

Find out

More

Every day our teams of experts are analysing information like this, providing high-level need to know reports for our clients so they can continue to stay ahead and lead their industries.

Get an unfair advantage – subscribe to our mailing list by filling out the form opposite. You can find out how we look after your data in our Data Policy.

About the Authors

  • Home
  • Posts
  • Google vs. The GDPR: Tech Giant hit with Massive Fine over Digital Advertising