The breach, revealed in June, saw the leak of names, addresses, birthdates, social-insurance numbers and other private information from roughly 2.7 million people and 173,000 businesses.
Accessed data includes social insurance numbers, names and addresses of 2.7 million individual members and 173,000 business members.
Says it gives too much power and control to the project’s backer Alphabet Inc.
Data privacy and security at Google and its tech rivals including Facebook are increasingly in the spotlight.
Regulator has been looking into whether Facebook broke its own 2011 agreement promising to protect user privacy.