Italy gives Google ultimatum on data privacy

07/22/2014 | Reuters

Google has been given 18 months to comply with Italian privacy laws, which will require the company to change the way it collects and uses personal information of its users, or it could face fines of 1 million euros, a source says. The search giant has been under fire across Europe recently for its data practices and already has paid financial penalties in France and Spain.

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