The fine imposed by France’s CNIL data protection authority was proportionate, the court said.
France’s Conseil d’Etat, the country’s supreme administrative court, on Friday said it upheld a decision by a watchdog imposing a 100 million euro ($111.46 million) fine on the U.S. tech giant for breaches linked to its cookies policy.
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The fine imposed by France’s CNIL data protection authority was proportionate, the court said in a statement.
“The Conseil d’Etat therefore rejects Google’s demand to annul the sanction”, it said.