The French National Commission on Informatics and Liberties (CNIL) reported that six European organizations, the same number of countries, data protection initiate action against Google for not responding to his demand to change the rules of confidentiality.
Protection authorities gave Google data within four months to act in accordance with European standards, is why Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Netherlands and the UK, Google representatives received on 19 March.
These countries have asked Google to provide clear and complete information on the data collected to state the maximum conservation or purpose, or to show his commitment to respect the requirements of the European directive on data protection.
The CNIL Google notified its decision to open a “process control”, as well as other international administrative cooperation with other working group counterparts.
Last October, Google merged about 60 rules and regrouped use information from its various services, such as mail service Gmail or Google social network, previously separate.