U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Nicole Wong is leaving her role in the White House, The Washington Post reports. During her time at the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy, Wong focused on data privacy and Internet policy issues, called for embedding privacy pros in government agencies and worked on the White House’s big data report that came out in May. "Nicole is an incredibly talented and insightful leader who has made major contributions to big data, privacy and Internet policy during her time at the White House," said White House CTO Todd Park. "We're deeply grateful to Nicole and her family for her service and will miss her." According to the report, her last day will be this Friday. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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