Google has been fined €50 million by the French data protection agency, Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Liberts (CNIL). Whilst the penalty likely caused more than a sharp intake of breath from Google executives, it would have also caused heartburn for a number of  its competitors such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Amazon.

But what impact does such a decision have for Australian companies?

This whitepaper explores the effect this decision and GDPR will have on Australian companies in this LexisNexis Regulatory Compliance whitepaper.

The whitepaper is available here. 

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