Individuals who apply for the job will have the following responsibilities:
- To analyze software and services from a privacy perspective, ensuring they are in line with Google’s stated privacy policies, practices, and the expectations of their users
- To research, document, and help remediate design decisions, operating procedures, or processes that may directly or indirectly contribute to future privacy risks
- To promote the use of cutting-edge browser and application-level technologies to maintain the privacy of key user data.
Google has recently been ordered by the US Federal Trade Commission to pay a $22.5 million fine for having misrepresented to users of Apple’s Safari Internet browser that it would not place tracking “cookies” or serve targeted ads, as well as to disable all of those tracking cookies.
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