Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and the UK have also launched enforcement actions against Google.
CNIL ordered Google to comply with the French Data Protection Act, within three months or face fines.
CNIL has found that Google breached a French Data Protection Act, which prevents individuals from knowing how their personal data may be used and from controlling such use.
AEPD has accused Google of breaching five data privacy laws in Spain, punishable with fines of €40,001 to €300,000.
Apart from France and Spain, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and the UK have also launched enforcement actions against Google.
ICO will soon write a letter to Google to confirm their preliminary findings.
The authorities of the 27 member states of the European Union (EU) sent Google a document with recommendations to the company indicating how to enforce European law, allowing a period for it.
However, Google did not provide relevant information about its policies which led to the investigation by the EU member states.
Google has been under EU investigation since 2010 for claiming to be misusing its dominant position in online search market against its rivals.