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The French data protection authority, CNIL, has proposed a €60 million ($61 million) fine on France-based advertising technology company Criteo SA for alleged violation of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, Research Live reported. CNIL started probing Criteo in 2020 after technology rights charity Privacy International filed a complaint, in 2018, against Criteo’s company practices that allegedly violated GDPR rules.