French regulators on Monday hit Google with a $57 million penalty—the first fine targeting a U.S. technology giant under Europe's strict new data privacy rules.
No. It didn’t hit Google with that fine. It tickled them. Google made several billion euros in just the first quarter.
Maybe we will wind up with a verb, to ungoogle–as in “France has begun attempts to ungoogle itself.”
Another example of how 57 million could have been better spent. Knock off the competition greed.