Google Fined in European Privacy Probe

Published on December 19, 2013
by David Roman

Spain on Thursday became the first of six European governments investigating Google’s compliance with privacy laws to fine the Internet giant.

The Spanish Agency for Data Protection is demanding €900,000 ($1.24 million) from Google for three breaches of the laws: gathering data on users, combining the data through several services and keeping the data indefinitely without the knowledge or consent of users.

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