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French Court Approves $112 Million Privacy Fine Against Google

Google lost its bid to topple a record 100 million-euro ($112 million) fine from French privacy watchdogs over how it manages its cookies. France’s top administrative court backed regulators who in 2020 criticized the search giant for automatically placing the tracking devices — often used to gather data for advertising purposes — on the devices of users as soon as they arrived on the website.

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Author: Doug Isenberg

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