Technology Jan 09, 2022 09:49 AM (GMT+8) · EqualOcean
French regulators have fined US internet giants Google and Facebook 210 million euros (about US $237 million) for using unavoidable cookies to track user data on their websites, Russian television reported today. The French National Commission for information and freedom (cnil) announced the move in a statement on Thursday (6th), saying that Google would be required to pay 150 million euros (about 170 million dollars) within three months and another 60 million euros (about 67.8 million dollars) for Facebook, otherwise it would face an additional fine of 100000 euros per day.
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