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France fines Google and Facebook

In the statement made by the French National Informatics and Freedoms Board (CNIL), it was stated that cookies are accepted quickly on the websites of Google, Facebook and Youtube, but it has been determined that it is difficult to refuse.

In the statement, where it was mentioned that many clicks were required to reject all cookies on these sites, it was noted that Google was fined 150 million euros and Facebook 60 million euros.

In the statement, it was stated that these platforms were given 3 months to fix the problem in question, and a fine of 100 thousand euros would be imposed for each delayed day.

In the statement made by Google, it was stated that necessary arrangements will be made after the decision of CNIL and that it will work with CNIL on this issue.

In the statement made by Facebook, it was noted that CNIL’s decision is being examined and work will be done with the relevant authorities.

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