Agency demands prior consent
Company fails to comply with demands
France's data-privacy watchdog, the CNIL (Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés), has moved forward with plans to sanction Google over the company's privacy policies. The agency in June ordered the company to implement a number of changes to comply with the French Data Protection Act, however the company reportedly failed to adjust its policies within a three-month deadline.
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