Google (NASDAQ:GOOG), whose search engine has been wrapped in a privacy dispute with members of the European Union since 2010, continues to be mired in EU legal issues.
An attorney for the search engine indicated that the firm would examine the requirements and predicted that Google would remain within EU law. CNIL officials also indicated that they were open to discussion with Google about the topic.
In the past, Google has been fined by France and threatened with fines by the Netherlands over its privacy policies.
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