The move follows a major makeover occurring in March in which Google previously revamped its policy.
The organization would like Google to be more precise on exactly which data it collects and what its being used for. CNIL also said users aren’t provided control over such actions.
The top online search giant has increasingly received scrutiny over its data collection practices in the past. In August, it was made public that the FTC had fined Google a sum of $22.5 million for the company’s illegal use of tracking cookies via Apple’s Safari web browser.