Google Privacy Czar Resigns

Tough gig


It's not uncommon for Google to be accused of violating user privacy. So, anyone in the seat of defending the Web giant's privacy policies has a hard job.

According to Forbes, Google's current privacy director Alma Whitten is stepping down in June after three years on the job. She will be replaced by Google engineering director Lawrence You, who will take the title, "director of privacy for product and engineering."