The U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office has launched an investigation into Google for potential violations of the EU General Data Protection Regulation, IT Pro reports. The ICO’s inquiry comes after France’s data protection authority, the CNIL, fined the tech company $57 million for GDPR infractions. "Following the notice of the French supervisory authority (CNIL) to fine Google, the ICO is currently reviewing the notice to consider its content and possible next steps," an ICO spokesperson said. "The ICO is also liaising with other data protection authorities across Europe on this topic."
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