Google Analytics: the state of play. Decipher the CNIL decision and the latest news
Published on 01/09/2022

In a decision handed down on February 10, the CNIL gave formal notice to a French website manager to stop using Google Analytics. Having received complaints from the NOYB association, the CNIL, in cooperation with its European counterparts, analyzed the conditions under which the data collected thanks to this tool are transferred to the United States and considered this transfer to be non-compliant.

This decision had a seismic effect with regard to the quasi-monopolistic position of Google Analytics in audience measurement in France.

7 months later, where do we stand?
What’s the latest news and what will the global internet, which seems to be taking shape under European features, look like?

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On September 22, 2022 at 10:00 amin metropolitan France


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