Google Hit With €600,000 Belgian Privacy Fine

GOP Senators demand CIA Director Gina Haspel turn over docs on 2016 Russia probe

Two powerful GOP Senators sent a letter Wednesday to Director of the Central Intelligence Agency Gina Haspel asking her to respond in full to...

Key Republicans say newly declassified memos prove FBI spied on Trump during intel briefings

Key Republicans who led the effort to expose FBI abuses in the Russia collusion probe say newly declassified memos show agents improperly spied on...

Steele Testimony: FBI Coordinated Closely With State Department on Russia Probe

The Department of State worked closely with the FBI on the bureau’s investigation of the Trump campaign and its work with former British spy...

Black community leaders must take action to end these riots

“No, not Al Sharpton,” I said in the latest episode of the NOQ Report Podcast. It’s true. We don’t need people like Al Sharpton...

FBI to announce $60M racketeering case following raid, reported arrest at Ohio speaker’s farm

The FBI and the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Ohio will be making an announcement regarding a public corruption case involving...

BRUSSELS—Google has received a record fine from Belgium’s data protection authority (APD) of €600,000 ($683,000) for not complying with European rules on a person’s “right to be forgotten” online.

The €600,000 penalty is the largest ever imposed by APD, it said on Tuesday, and more than 10 times bigger than the authority’s previous record penalty.

Google failed to remove links from its search results to articles which APD said were “obsolete” and damaging to the reputation of a person with a public profile in Belgium.

Continue Reading…

Original Source: By REUTERS

Hot Topics

Hollywood Producer Who Was Part Of Jeffrey Epstein’s “Lolita Express Circle” Dead – Falls Off 27th Floor Of Building

I’m sure this is just a coincidence, right? Just prior to the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell this week, Hollywood producer and long time friend...

Federal Judge Rejects Additional Discovery in Case Concerning Hillary Clinton’s Emails

A federal judge in Washington, D.C. on Friday denied a request for additional discovery in a lawsuit concerning Hillary Clinton's use of a private...

RedRacer Video

Watch Tito Ortiz's Videos

Related Articles

Over 432,000 Votes Removed From Trump in Pennsylvania, Data Scientists Say

Pennsylvania election data shows that over 432,000 votes were removed from President Donald Trump during the November election, data scientists say. According to an analysis by...

Dem Rep. ends congressional prayer with ‘Amen and awomen’

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, D-MO, opened the 117th Congress with a prayer that ended with an attempt to bring in more gender-inclusive language. The Democratic lawmaker,...

Pentagon orders USS Nimitz to stay in Persian Gulf after Iranian threats against Trump

The Pentagon on Sunday evening order the USS Nimitz to remain in the Persian Gulf, reversing a planned redeployment, after Iran made threats against...