France fines Google 100 million euros and Amazon 35 million for violating privacy rules
The French authority, chart, graph, graph, database, imposed 100 million euros, a body affiliated with Google, a subsidiary of Alphabet, for violating the
country’s rules for cookies for advertising purposes, a rule imposed by all.
The explanatory statement came to raise a fine on Google because the French websites of Google and Amazon did not request the consent of visitors to their site before saving the users’ profiles on their own devices.
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The French Authority stated that “Google” and “Amazon“ violated Article 82 of the French data protection law by allowing the deposit of cookies without prior consent from the user and the lack of information provided to users of the search engine “google.fr” or “amazon.fr” .
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The French Authority added that neither Google nor Amazon provided clear information to users of websites about how they intend to use these files or how French website users can refuse to use them.