- France’s privacy agency, Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), fined Google 100,000 Euro (approximately $114,000) for improperly acquiring and storing data for its Street View product. It is the largest fine ever levied by the CNIL, which found that Google’s responses to inquiries about Street View were “not sufficient,” and criticized Google for initially failing to admit that it was acquiring private personal data to develop Street View. To view the CNIL press release in English, click here.
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- March 28 2011
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