The agency said Google's explanation of the use of the data was vague and difficult to understand “even for trained privacy professionals.”
“EPIC – along with many other individuals and organizations – has advanced serious concerns that may well be legitimate,’’ Amy Berman Jackson federal judge wrote in her ruling. “The FTC, which has advised the court that the matter is under review, may ultimately decide to institute an enforcement action.’’
CNIL, on the part of the Article 29 Working Group of EU data protection authorities, is going to send questions to Google as it continues the review, according to Falque- Pierrotin’s letter.
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