For over a coffee: What was the 50M€ fine for Google about?
The CNIL in France lately imposed an important penalty to Google. According to the authority, Google does not inform its users well enough about which information it stores about them. This data is also difficult to access.
What exactly is this case about? Who brought this case? Which elements did CNIL consider to arrive at this fine? Interesting background information is brought to you in this postcast from Aboutlaw.
Bob Rietjens from AboutLaw is interviewing this much-discussed case with Lokke Moerel, professor of Global ICT Law at Tilburg University and Senior Of Counsel at Morrison Foerster.
You can access it here. It will take about 20 minutes of your time. Perfect with a coffee at your side!