France fines Google nearly $57 million for first major violation of Europe’s tough new data-privacy rules.

CNIL (Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés), France’s top data-privacy agency said Google failed to fully disclose to users how their data is collected and what happens to it. The agency claims Google also failed to obtain users’ consent properly for the purpose of showing them personalized ads. Both activities violate the General Data Protection Regulation.