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Google Faces Fine for Not Complying With French Privacy Demands

Google Inc. faces a fine for failing to make changes to its privacy policies sought by French regulators.

Google informed France’s data-privacy regulator that it contested findings that its policies weren’t in compliance with national rules, the National Commission for Computing and Civil Liberties, the country’s data protection watchdog known as CNIL, said today on its Website. In June, the regulator gave Google a three-month deadline to comply with the requested modifications.