London, Feb 19 (ANI): Popular search engine Google may face a confrontation with the European Union (EU) after the web giant flouted EU orders to undo vast changes to small print across services including search, Gmail and YouTube.
The EU also said that any user who did not agree to the creation of a master profile would have to stop using the services of Google.
The spokesman added that Google is working together with the CNIL for a satisfactory conclusion to this issue.
In October 2012, the European regulators, including Britain's Information Commissioner and France's CNIL, working via the EU, presented the web giant with a four-month deadline to reverse the changes, and vowed to take 'repressive action' when Google failed to answer to the orders, the paper added. (ANI)