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Google Will Appeal EU Privacy Fine


Business Insider reports that Google will appeal its recent $57 million fine for breaching Europe's strict new privacy rules. Google confirmed on Wednesday that it would appeal the fines. A Google spokesperson said it was concerned about how the ruling would impact "publishers, original content creators and tech companies." Google also said it "worked hard to create a GDPR consent process for personalized ads that is as transparent and straightforward as possible." The fine is a major test for the privacy rules which came into effect across Europe last May.

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