After about three years on the job, Alma Whitten plans to step down as Google’s first director of privacy, Forbes reports. “Whitten is expected to be replaced by Lawrence You, an
engineer who has been with the search giant for eight years. “You has been working with Whitten and the privacy team, notably when the team oversaw the uniting of Google’s 70+ privacy
policies into one (which caused the Internet to freak out),” writes Forbes.