Mammoth fine 746 million euros for the GDPR

Amazon: Mammoth fine € 746 million for GDPR

The astronomical sum of 746 million euros is required to be paid by Amazon in Luxembourg for violations of the GDPR regulation. The company states that it will appeal this decision, without giving further details about the case.

According to various Internet sources, the fine of 746 million euros has been imposed on Amazon due to serious violations of the articles of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), especially with regard to the processing of digital data of its customers.

The Luxembourg Personal Data Protection Authority announced to Amazon on July 16 that it would have to pay a fine EUR 746 million for violations of the GDPR it discovered.

Both Amazon and the Luxembourg authorities have not provided further details on the case, but this is one of the largest penalties known for non-compliance with the GDPR, which should be noted to have no effect other than Of Europe. Large fines have been imposed locally, in addition to large companies of international scope.

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