Europe to move against Google over privacy rules
The California-based firm said previously that the changes are designed to improve the user experience across the various Google products, and give the firm a more integrated view of its users, an advantage enjoyed by Apple and Facebook.
"We have engaged fully with the CNIL throughout this process, and we'll continue to do so going forward," it added.
European data protection agencies had recommended to Google that it improve information provided to users, particularly on the categories of data being processed, and for what purposes and services.
CNIL said they had also asked Google to specify precise periods it would hold onto personal data.
CNIL said that by today that Google had not provided "any precise and effective answers to their recommendations."
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