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COVID-19: Quebec to levy financial penalty on unvaccinated adults
The Canadian province is following several European countries such as Austria, Greece and Italy in announcing plans to fine people who refuse the vaccine.
France fines Google and Facebook €200m over cookies consent
France hands Google and Facebook a €200 million fine over tracking consent
Grindr fined over €6 million by Norway for breaking data privacy rules
The gay-dating app was found to have shared users' personal data with third-party advertisers without their permission.
US tourists fined for breaking into Rome’s Colosseum to drink beer
They’re not the first to commit crimes in the famous landmark.
Netherlands: Samsung fined €39 million 'for influencing TV prices'
The Dutch consumer watchdog said Samsung had exerted "undue influence" on the price of television sets sold by several online retailers.
'Scandalous and arrogant': Hungary slams EU over Poland fines move
"The procedure is not only outrageous but also completely unacceptable... with this scandalous and arrogant step, the Commission crossed a border that we previously thought was unimaginable."
Russia fines Booking.com record €14.9m for alleged market dominance
Russia's regulators said Booking.com had abused its market dominance by preventing hotels from offering lower prices on other services.
Google fined €162,000 by Russia for failing to remove banned content
A Moscow court has fined Google for violating Russian rules on banned content and failing to delete illegal posts.
Pink will pay fines for handball players who refused bikini bottoms
Pink has said she would be "happy" to pay a €1,500 fine given to Norway's beach handball team for wearing shorts instead of bikini bottoms.
Dutch data protection authority fines TikTok over privacy
The Netherlands’ Data Protection Authority has fined TikTok €750,000 for not offering an understandable privacy statement for users in Dutch.
Norway fined for not wearing bikini bottoms at beach handball match
Regulations require players to wear "fitted, low-cut bikini bottoms".
French mayor fined for comparing police to Vichy government
In July 1942, some 13,000 Jews were rounded up by the French Vichy regime and sent to concentration camps.
Bolsonaro fined 75 euros for not wearing a face mask at biker rally
Brazil's far-right president spoke to 12,000 bikers at an event in Sao Paulo where he cast doubt on the death toll from coronavirus.
Russia fines Facebook & Telegram for failing to remove banned content
A Moscow court has ordered Facebook and the messaging app Telegram to pay heavy fines for failing to remove banned content.
Google fined €220m in France over online advertising market
Google said it had agreed on changes to improve its online ad market after being fined by France's competition watchdog.
Russia fines Apple €10 million for alleged abuse of market position
Apple says it will appeal the decision, which relates to a parental control app from 2019.
Facebook fined €7 million in Italy for 'misleading' data practices
The Italian Competition Authority had already fined Facebook €5 million in 2018 and said the tech giant had ignored an order to correct its policies on user data.
France fines Google €1.1 million over 'misleading' hotel rankings
An investigation by the French consumer watchdog and finance ministry found the tech giant was guilty of "misleading commercial practice".
What are the new UK hotel quarantine rules and who do they apply to?
The British government has set out stricter quarantine procedures and warn of the consequences if arrivals do not comply.
Norway fines Grindr dating app €9.6m over data privacy breach
It comes after a complaint by the Norwegian Consumer Council, which had alleged that users' personal data was being shared unlawfully for marketing purposes.
Apple fined €10 million in Italy over iPhone water resistance claims
The firm is accused of claiming that several iPhone models were water-resistant without clarifying the exceptional circumstances.
Frenchman fined for leaving home during lockdown to 'beat someone up'
A resident in Lannion was fined €135 for breaching lockdown restrictions for trying to "smash a guy's face in".
Hungarian politician fined €12,000 for giving potatoes to Viktor Orbán
Hungarian politician Péter Jakab has been fined €12,000 for trying to give Prime Minister Viktor Orbán potatoes during a Parliament session last week. According to the politician, many people voted for the ruling Fidesz party in recent by-elections because they were given free potatoes.
French tourist fined €1,000 for taking sand from Sardinia beach
White grains of sand from Sardinia's pristine beaches are considered precious and are a protected resource.
Woman guilty of breaking quarantine just days after catching COVID-19
A woman in Austria has been fined and given a suspended jail term after breaking quarantine to visit a supermarket just days after testing positive for coronavirus.
French #MeToo: Government advisor 'optimistic' despite Muller ruling
A Paris court ordered Sandra Muller to pay €15,000 in damages to a TV executive Eric Brion who she had accused of making sexually lewd remarks at a party.