Spain Hits Google With $1.2M Fine for ‘Illegal’ Privacy Violations – Mashable

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Spain’s privacy watchdog hit Google with a $1.2 million fine for breaking the country’s data protection laws and “seriously infringe citizens’ rights.” The Data Protection Agency found Google guilty of three separate violations for collecting information about its
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