A French court ordered Ikea to pay a fine of one million euros after being found guilty of spying on some of its employees in France.
The French branch of the Swedish company was accused of spying on its workers for several years and violating their privacy by reviewing their bank account records and sometimes using fake employees to write staff reports.
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