Google fined €10 million by Spain's DPA

18/05/2022 | AEPD

Google has been fined €10 million by Spain's data protection authority, the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD), for violations of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. The AEPD uncovered third-party data sharing by Google with the legal database Lumen Project lacked a mechanism for data subjects to opt-out. The ruling also requires that Google deletes all the personal data shared with Lumen and halts further use of that data.

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