Google & Facebook fined for spying on users — RT World News


A French privacy watchdog accused the tech giants of making it difficult for users to opt out of tracking their activity

France’s online privacy regulator has ordered Google and Facebook to cough up some €210 million ($237 million) between them, fining the firms for their questionable use of data-tracking ‘cookies’ on their sites.

The French National Commission on Informatics and Liberty (CNIL) announced the move in a statement on Thursday, saying Google will be…



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