Google appoints Keith Enright as its Chief Privacy Officer

Technology giant Google has appointed its privacy lawyer, Keith Enright, as Chief Privacy Officer as the company proposed policies for potential federal regulation of data. In his new role, Enright will be in charge of crafting Google’s strategy on privacy issues. Before Google, Enright worked as the Chief Privacy Officer at Macy’s and was also a senior consultant at IBM.
Source- Bloomberg

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