"Google spins an invisible web of our personal data, without our consent. That is forbidden by law." said Dutch DPA chairman Jacob Kohnstamm. "Some of these data are of a sensitive nature, such as payment information, location data and information on surfing behavior across multiple websites."
This isn't the first time Google has run into legal problems owing to this particular change in policy. France has already ordered Google to comply with its privacy laws or face sanctions, after an investigation was launched into the March 2012 policy changes. The UK, Spain, Germany and Italy have also launched cases against Google for breaching privacy laws.