Today's Hard|Forum Post
Today's Hard|Forum Post

Tuesday April 02, 2013

Google's Privacy Director Is Stepping Down

If this lady's job was to make sure Google didn't invade your privacy...ummm, it's probably a good idea she is stepping down. Think about it, Google knows more about you than most of your family members. eek!

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.