The Spanish Agency for Data Protection (their equivalent of our ICO) has issued Google with as 10 million euro fine, for 2 alleged infractions of the EU GDPR. It relates to Google sharing personal data with third parties without the ability to opt out, and the lack of a way of a data subject’s right to erasure being carried out with third parties. It is likely that Google will appeal the decision.
It sounds like quite a technical case, but it illustrates how other European data protection regulators are acting strongly on behalf of data subjects; it will be interesting to see the tone of the UK government’s Data Reform Bill which I suspect may have a different emphasis. In case you missed our article after the Queen’s Speech, you can see it at https://zorva.info/2022/05/13/data-protection-reform-bill-to-change-the-uk-gdpr/
If your Spanish is up to it, you can read the details at https://www.aepd.es/es/prensa-y-comunicacion/notas-de-prensa/la-aepd-sanciona-google-llc-por-ceder-datos-terceros-sin or, perhaps ironically, you could use Google Translate.