Privacy penalty weighs down Google’s French Website

Google has complied with a French court requirement that it notify people visiting its main search page about finding that it violated France’s privacy law.The notice informs people of the 150,000-euro fine (about $204,000) regarding last year’s move to a more streamlined, unified privacy policy. The French National Commission on Information and Liberty (CNIL) ordered the posting Friday.

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