France’s National Commission for Computing and Civil Liberties, CNIL, in a statement said that EU regulators “are determined to act and continue their investigations” and take “repressive action” by summer.
"In this context, the EU data protection authorities are committed to act and continue their investigations. Therefore, they propose to set up a working group, lead by the CNIL, in order to coordinate their repressive action which should take place before summer," the CNIL added.
Google has been facing privacy investigations by authorities across the world even as it launches new services to heat up competition with Facebook. The company last year consolidated more than 60 separate product privacy notices into one unified police, drawing ire of the European privacy regulators, who in October last year sought the search engine giant to provide more control to users over their data.