AOL CTO resigns over privacy 'screw-up'

Tuesday, 22 August 2006, 3:15 PM EST

AOL's chief technology officer has resigned and two other staff members have been sacked following the release of half a million subscribers' search terms.

Maureen Govern is leaving immediately and will be replaced temporarily by John McKinley, the current president of digital services.

At The Register.

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