CNIL fines Yahoo! €10m over cookie consent ePrivacy violations

18/01/2024 | CNIL

The French data protection authority (DPA), the CNIL, has fined Yahoo! €10 million for a violation of the EU Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications (ePrivacy Directive). Following an investigation, the CNIL found Yahoo! had not respected the choice of online users who refused cookies on and had not allowed users of Yahoo! Mail to withdraw cookie consent.

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