Publishers Rebuke Google’s Interpretation of EU Privacy Law

Google is forcing media firms that generate revenue from its advertising services to accept unreasonable responsibilities under a new European privacy law, four major publisher trade groups told the Alphabet Inc. unit late Sunday in a letter seen by Reuters.

The dispute reflects differing interpretations of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, which imposes a range of new requirements on how companies collect and process personal information about EU users.

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