This Saturday is the one-year anniversary of the General Data Protection Regulation’s arrival, and so far fines and warnings have been splintered across Europe.

To date, there hasn’t been any significant sign of strict enforcement to date, bar French regulator CNIL’s attempt to fine Google €50 million ($57 million) to Google. That may be a drop in the ocean for Google, but it stacks up when you add it to the €8.2 billion ($9.1 billion) of anti-competitive fines Google has incurred from Brussels

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