A deeper analysis of CNIL's cookies enforcement

10/01/2022 | IAPP

In recent years, France's data protection authority, the CNIL, has made regulating tracking users via cookies a clear priority. If last week's combined €210m fine for Google and Facebook for cookie violations under the ePrivacy Directive shows the CNIL's cookie enforcement focus will continue in 2022. In this article, the IAPP brake down the new fines and prior CNIL work on cookies while exploring whether a fragmented privacy enforcement dilemma is brewing.

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