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S.Korea fines Google, Meta billions of won for privacy violations

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South Korea's Personal Information Protection Commission (PIPC) has issued two large fines for privacy violations. PIPC's beef is that neither Google nor Meta properly obtain consent or inform users on how they collect and use data. Google reportedly said it had "deep regrets" and vowed to work with the commission.
Published 5 months ago · Seoul, Korea, Republic of

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