LJUBLJANA – Consumer partners from seven European countries, including Slovenia, are planning to submit complaints with state information commissioners in the face of Google technology's major technology for the breach of the general protection rule of the AE (GDPR). It is said to be a struggle as Google is doing it; serving the users' site.
Users should have control over their personal information. Google's malicious practices opposed the spirit and regulations of the regulation.
Today, Japan's Shippers Association (ZPS) today has submitted an application against Google to break the GDPR for the information officer as a result of the way to locate users' locations. In addition to ZPS, they expect to make files with appropriate Federations in Norway, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Poland, Sweden and its. Greece.
"Data can place a lot of things about users, such as religious and political beliefs, health and sexual orientation," a European group of users (Beuc) warned by a newsgroup of Germany dpaSouth Westerly
The Android operating system, developed by Google, will run over two billion smartphones all over the world. In doing this, Google has a & # 39; using a variety of activities to allow users to monitor the place, but does not provide clear information about what the species changes. The data collected can then be used in a variety of ways, including targeted advertising.
"This is a problem that will affect all Google users in Europe. We need strong, co-ordinated coordination of these rules. Businesses should not be allowed to avoid The rules are just according to the situation they look, regardless of how big or hard the company is, "he said Matjaz Jakin from the ZPS legal office.
The ZPS gives warning, as a result of unfair practices, users are not aware of the level they are doing; collect and use personal data. In addition, users do not have the right choice to share information about a site with Google. The ZPS believes that these uses are not compatible with GDPR, because Google does not have a legal legal basis for its & # 39; processing of that personal data.