France’s CNIL has concluded its own investigation and has found that the search giant has not implemented any significant compliance measures.
“It is now up to each national data-protection authority to carry out further investigations according to the provisions of its national law transposing European legislation,” CNIL said.
The UK’s Information Commissioner (ICO) said today: “The (EU) Article 29 working party’s analysis is finalised. It is now up to each national data protection authority to carry out further investigations according to the provisions of its national law transposing European legislation.
“Consequently, all the authorities composing the taskforce have launched actions on 2 April 2013 on the basis of the provisions laid down in their respective national legislation,” the ICO said.