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European Commission Vice President Viviane Reding is calling for larger fines against companies that breach the EU’s privacy laws, BBC News reports. Reding “dismissed recent fines for Google as ‘pocket money’ and said the firm would have had to pay $1 billion under her plans for privacy failings,” the report states, noting she believes increased punishments are needed to encourage firms to take personal data use more seriously. Out-Law.com, meanwhile, reports the EU’s Court of Justice “is set to rule in a case involving Google and the judgment could offer some clarity about which local data protection rules will apply to multinational Internet service providers that process personal data abroad but have a business presence in a local jurisdiction.”
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