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U.S.-based Google L.L.C. and Facebook Inc. could face up to $9.3 billion in fines following complaints filed by an Austrian privacy-advocacy group under new data protection regulations, Albawaba reported citing Cnet. Noyb.eu said that Google and Facebook are forcing people to adopt a "take it or leave it" approach under which users need to submit to intrusive terms of service. The group is asking regulators in France, Belgium, Germany and Austria to fine the companies up to 4% of annual revenue according to the General Data Protection Regulation.