September 28, 2013
A decision will be taken by the European CNIL early October on the various possibilities and a formal and official decision will be made public at the end of a round of G29 to be conducted on 3 and 4 October in Brussels on the privacy policies are not respected by Google. The French CNIL decided to launch a “formal sanction” proceedings against the American giant. The CNIL announced the decision in a statement September 27, 2013. The Committee noted six offenses that are major inaccuracies in the explanations given to users, unfair collection of information, collection and data linkage without warning the user. Google is said to be in accordance and compliance with European law. The G29 will decide soon.