French Court Slaps Down Google’s Appeal Against $57M GDPR Fine

France’s top court for administrative law has dismissed Google’s appeal of a $57 million fine. The penalty was for not providing “sufficiently clear” information to Android users how it processes their personal information, meaning it had not legally obtained their consent to use it for targeted ads. The court found the size of the fine […]
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