Tag Archives: Working Party 29

Maximum administrative fine issued by the CNIL against Google: More to come?

After almost two years of back and forth with Google, the French CNIL has, similarly to the Spanish Data Protection authority (€900,000 fine), sanctioned Google with a €150,000 fine, as Google refused to review its integrated platform and to modify its privacy policy as requested by the Working Party 29. In addition to this fine, … Continue Reading

CNIL vs. Google, Act V: Six Data Protection Authorities led by the French CNIL are now starting action in order to penalize Google

Pursuant to their common decision 26 February 2013 to engage action in order to penalize Google Inc. for refusing to revise its global privacy policy, six of the European Working Party 29 regulators, led by the French CNIL, have now jointly started to act in their respective jurisdictions and according to their national laws against … Continue Reading

CNIL vs. Google, Act IV: Google Against the Rest of the World of the Data Protection Regulators

We have previously reported on the different requests and repeated questionnaires the Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL) has sent to Google over the past few months regarding the evaluation of Google’s compliance with applicable European Data Protection Regulation concerning its new integrated privacy policy, as well as the new integrated platform launched … Continue Reading
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