CNIL


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CNILCommission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés (French: National Commission for Computing and Liberties)
CNILCumulative Net Investment Loss (Canada)
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(128.) See CNIL, supra note 122 (discussing Google's lack of transparency with consumers which warranted an enforcement action).
The CNIL decision follows complaints by two non-governmental organizations, None Of Your Business (noyb) and La Quadrature du Net (LQDN), which the regulator said had been mandated by 10,000 people to present the case.
(65.) CNIL Orders Google to Apply Delisting on All Domain Names of
On December 18, the French data protection agency, Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des LibertAaAaAeA@s (CNIL), said that under French law, WhatsApp does n have any legal basis to share users' data, requesting it to stop data sharing within a month.
"We have the CNIL (France's National Commission on Informatics and Liberty)."
The clinical data used to support the findings of this study are restricted by the French National Commission on Information Technology and Freedom (French acronym: CNIL) in order to protect patient privacy.
Summary: New York [USA], Dec 19 (ANI): France's watchdog Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertes (CNIL) has ordered popular messaging platform, WhatsApp, to stop sharing user data with its parent company Facebook.
The French privacy regulator, the CNIL, agreed with Google's decision, prompting the individuals to take their case to the French Conseil d'Etat, France's supreme administrative court, which referred it to the Luxembourg-based ECJ.
French regulator CNIL has penalized the US social network for failing to protect its users' data, with the fine being relatively modest, but marking a new phase in the spat between Facebook and the EU.French data protection watchdog CNIL said Tuesday, it had imposed a fine of 150,000 euros ($166,000) on Facebook and its subsidiary in Ireland, following investigations in Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, and Germany into some of Facebook's practices.
The study complied with French regulation on data protection (CNIL 99198; law 78-17 of 6 January 1978) and was exempted from ethical board review.
All procedures performed in the study were in accordance with 1964 Helsinki Declaration and its later amendments and the study protocol was consistent with European Directive and approved by the Independent National Ethical Committee Protecting Human Rights: the CNIL (no.