In a new case coming out of The Netherlands, Google is facing a potential fine of up to $19 million for violating data protection laws there. Dutch regulators have given Google until February 2015 to make changes or face the fine.
In 2012 Google consolidated its many disparate privacy policies into one. However that equally allowed the company to generate a 360-degree view of its users for personalization and ad-targeting purposes.
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