On Tuesday, Google will get the official word regarding the EU’s findings on the changes Google introduced to their European in March.
Google has yet to comment on the upcoming CNIL press conference, but has said “We are confident that our privacy notices respect the requirements of European data protection laws.”
Depending on the outcome of this situation, Google may find itself battling similar issues throughout the world. With the FTC moving closer to an antitrust case against Google and the company facing similar actions in Europe, they want to tread carefully to ignore igniting any more legal wildfires.
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I like that all my google products are unified! Stop being mean to googles
The whole antitrust thing is a bunch of nonsense imo. It is now that they are doing it to Google and it was back then when they did it to Microsoft. The FTC and like organizations simply like to punish and undermine successful corporations for being successful.