France fined Google and Facebook 210 million euros: the reason is named

France fined Google and Facebook 210 million euros: reason named

France fined Google and Facebook € 210 million for obstructing users' ability to prevent companies from tracking their activity.

According to the data The Guardian, according to the National Information and Freedoms Commission, has concluded by imposing a fine for making it difficult for users to refuse cookies.

& quot; When you accept cookies, it is done with just one click … Rejecting cookies should be as easy as accepting them & quot ;, & mdash; said the head of the data protection and sanctions department of the CNIL Karin Kiefer.

It is clarified that the sites Facebook and Youtube do not allow “easy” refuse cookies. Companies now have three months to comply with the regulator's recommendations.

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