Law360 (November 13, 2019, 3:28 PM EST) -- The last few months have seen the reporting of some very significant fines against well-known businesses for breaching the General Data Protection Regulation.
The first big one was issued by the National Data Protection Commission in France when it fined Google Inc. €50 million. This was followed in the U.K. when the Information Commissioner's Office issued notices of intent or fines against British Airways PLC for €205 million and Marriott International Inc. for €110 million. And in Bulgaria, the Commission for Personal Data Protection fined its National Revenue Agency €2.6 million.
It is anticipated these will be followed by decisions of the German...
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