French Data Protection Authority Sends New Questions to Google

25 May 2012: The CNIL, the French data protection authority, has sent Google new questions regarding its privacy practices after finding the company’s previous response was “often incomplete or approximate.” The French agency is acting on behalf of governments across Europe that have raised questions about recent changes in Google’s business practices.

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