French DPA claims Apple should face €6m fine for app tracking breach

13/12/2022 | The Register

François Pellegrini, the rapporteur for the French data protection authority (DPA), the CNIL, has recommended a €6 million fine for Apple's alleged breach of privacy rules. The recommendation comes after Lobby group France Digitale lodged a complaint against Apple after it failed to apply the same App Tracking Transparency policy rules to its own apps.

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