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Spotlight: Google is fighting a $112,000 'right to be forgotten' fine from France

According to Computerworld, the French National Commission on Computing and Liberty slapped the tech giant with a €100,000 ($112,000) fine for failure to comply with at 2015 order. 

France, Germany in talks to set up NSA-free European Internet

Reflecting growing concern in Europe about personal data protection, France and Germany have been in talks about creating a European Internet in order to prevent surveillance by the National Security Agency and other spy agencies.

News Scan: Mobile devices spur French e-commerce; Apple's enterprise presence grows; more

Quick takes on the latest mobile IT news for Friday, 1/10 including: poll results for e-commerce in France show an increase in online shopping, Apple's climb in enterprise and government spending, Yahoo's acquisition of startup Aviate and what that means for the enterprise, OpenPeak's cloud-based mobility tool that helps out enterprise BYOD policies and Citrix's acquisition of Framehawk to increase business app availability.