Spain slaps Google for frustrating the EU’s ‘right to be forgotten’

2017-08-24_00h03_35 IT総合
Here’s a rare sight: Google has been hit with a €10 million fine by Spain for serious breaches of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which found it had passed information that could be used to identify citizens requesting deletion of their personal data under EU law, including their email address; the reasons given; and the URL claimed, to a US-based third party without a valid legal basis for this further processing.
As well as being fined, Google has been ordered to amend its procedures to bring them into compliance with the GDPR — and to delete

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