Apr 022013
 
 April 2, 2013  Business

Kashmir Hill reports:

When Alma Whitten was tapped to be Google‘s first director of privacy in 2010, CNet declared hers the “hardest job at Google.” A long time engineer at the company with expertise in computer security, she was put in charge of a program overseeing products in development at Google to try to prevent the release of those that got privacy wrong.

Now she’s giving that job up.

Read more on Forbes.

 

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