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Google’s privacy chief will leave

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Google’s top privacy officer will depart the firm in the fall after 13 years, according to a representative for the Alphabet-owned corporation on Tuesday.
“We are always evolving our legal, regulatory, and compliance operations to meet new requirements and expectations. Our most recent changes will boost the number of personnel working on regulatory compliance throughout the organization,” the official stated.

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Enright was designated Google’s privacy chief in September 2018, during a period when the corporation was under intense government investigation for privacy issues.
Enright’s resignation is part of a larger restructure within the privacy teams as the firm attempts to shift privacy policy to various specific product management teams, according to the company.
“After more than 13 years at Google, I’m ready for a change and will be leaving this fall, taking everything I’ve learned and trying something new,” Enright wrote in a LinkedIn post.


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