Google In EU Crosshairs For Missing Privacy Reform Deadline

Law360, New York (February 19, 2013, 12:43 PM EST) -- A coalition of European data protection authorities said Monday that they planned to pursue action against Google Inc. sometime before the summer over its controversial data collection practices, saying the company failed to adequately respond to an ultimatum demanding reform.

The Article 29 Working Party, comprised of data protection officials from the European Commission and EU member states and led by France’s National Commission for Data Protection (CNIL), said Google did not answer to its Oct. 16 report recommending that the search giant improve its data...
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