Google was fined €50 million by a French watchdog in January for violating data protection laws, the biggest fine so far under the new regulations. Photo: Reuters Google was fined €50 million by a French watchdog in January for violating data protection laws, the biggest fine so far under the new regulations. Photo: Reuters
Google was fined €50 million by a French watchdog in January for violating data protection laws, the biggest fine so far under the new regulations. Photo: Reuters

Chinese, Southeast Asian company executives more ready than their European peers to face tougher data-privacy regulation, study finds

  • American executives believe they are the most prepared for the changing data-privacy landscape, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit
  • Lack of clarity over portability of data a key concern for executives, study finds

Topic |   China technology
Google was fined €50 million by a French watchdog in January for violating data protection laws, the biggest fine so far under the new regulations. Photo: Reuters Google was fined €50 million by a French watchdog in January for violating data protection laws, the biggest fine so far under the new regulations. Photo: Reuters
Google was fined €50 million by a French watchdog in January for violating data protection laws, the biggest fine so far under the new regulations. Photo: Reuters
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