Google Faces $18.6M Fine From Dutch Privacy Watchdog

By Caroline Simson (December 15, 2014, 5:10 PM EST) -- Google Inc. is facing up to €15 million ($18.66 million) in fines for violating Dutch privacy laws by collecting unsuspecting users' personal data without their consent for personalized advertisements, the country's regulator said Monday, giving the company until February to comply with its laws....

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