Google hit with nearly $1m privacy fine in Belgium

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Google hit with nearly $1m privacy fine in Belgium

Record fine meted out over person's right to be forgotten.

Google has received a record fine from Belgium's data protection authority (APD) of 600,000 euros (A$979,000) for not complying with European rules on a person's "right to be forgotten" online. The 600,000 euro penalty is the largest ever imposed by APD, it said on Tuesday, ...

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