- 29 November 2013
- by Scott Roxborough
The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News
A privacy watchdog in the Netherlands has joined the growing anti-Google chorus in Europe, claiming the Internet search giant could be fined for violating Dutch data-protection law. The privacy group, the Cbp, claims Google breaches local privacy regulations by sharing users' personal data across its different services – including its search engine and video streaming site YouTube – without first informing users and getting their permission. The Cbp also said Google is not properly informing Dutch users about what personal data it collects from them and how that info is used for advertising purposes. "Google spins an invisible
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