When current Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi came on board a year ago, replacing founding CEO Travis Kalanick, the ride-sharing company saw privacy as a shared responsibility across teams versus concentrated within a centralized office, reports Angelique Carson, CIPP/US. Now, however, the company has "grown its privacy function to such an extent that the natural progression was to bring in experienced leadership at the global level." Thus, the company Wednesday named two new significant hires: a chief privacy officer and a data protection officer. See who the company tabbed for these global roles and why, in this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor.
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