[HackerNews] Italy’s Antitrust Regulator Fines Google and Apple for “Aggressive” Data Practices

Italy’s antitrust regulator has fined both Apple and Google €10 million each for what it calls are “aggressive” data practices and for not providing consumers with clear information on commercial uses of their personal data during the account creation phase.
The Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato (AGCM) said “Google and Apple did not provide clear and immediate information on the

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