Google Beefs Up Privacy SWAT Tream

Less than two weeks after agreeing to pay a $22.5 million fine for violating the privacy of the users of Apple's Safari web browser, Google is beefing up its privacy team to make sure that past mistakes aren't repeated. The search giant has posted a job notice to its website for a data privacy engineer for its privacy "red team." According to the listing, the privacy engineer would be responsible for ensuring that Google's products operate in a manner that protects the privacy of its users.

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