Google has three months to clean up its privacy act in France or else.
On Thursday, French regulator CNIL (Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertes) charged that Google's policies for collecting user data continue to violate French law. If the company doesn't modify those policies within the next three months, it would be fined 150,000 euros (almost $198,000). A second fine of 300,000 euros (almost $396,000) would follow if Google still fails to comply, Reuters reported.
Specifically, Google has been ordered to implement the following changes, as outlined by the CNIL:Define … Read more