Google faces massive data privacy violation lawsuit in FrancePosted On: Jun. 27, 2019 6:28 AM CST
U.S.-based Google L.L.P. could be forced to pay £28 billion ($35.5 billion) after a French consumer rights group filed a lawsuit against the tech giant for violating the European Union's data privacy laws, Daily Mail reported citing sources. The UFC-Que Choisir group said that Google needs to compensate 28 million Android users in France up to £895 each for alleged exploitation of personal data.