By Euro Weekly News Media • 20 December 2013 • 17:57
THE Spanish Data Protection Agency has ordered US Internet giant Google to pay a €900,000 fine for “serious violations” of users’ privacy. The popular search provider has been accused of “illegal processing of personal data” obtained from users of various Google services including email accounts.
“Google unlawfully collects and processes personal information” of users, the agency said in a statement. “The agency considers that Google seriously violates the right to the protection of personal data.”
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