Steve Eckersley, the ICO’s head of enforcement, said,
“Whilst our investigation concluded that this case hasn’t resulted in substantial damage and distress to consumers, it is still important for organisations to properly understand the impact of their actions and the requirement to comply with data protection law.”
United Kingdom is not charging Google right now for its doing as like France and Spain, but they have asked Google to implement the changes till 30 June 2015 and take further steps in next two years.
Google‘s spokesman, replied to this, saying,
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