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CarrierIQ Hires Former Verizon Counsel As Chief Privacy Officer 45

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the throw-a-few-executives-at-it dept.
Trailrunner7 writes, quoting Threat Post: "Carrier IQ, a startup heavily bruised last fall by harsh criticism of its handset diagnostic software, today announced it's hired a high-profile lawyer as its Chief Privacy Officer. Magnolia Mansourkia Mobley, a CIPP and former Verizon executive, will be tasked with quickly broadening the company's focus on consumer privacy. She also was named the company's General Counsel. The company became the flashpoint in a heated controversy after initial reports its analytics software, embedded in some 150 mobile phones, was capable of gathering a great deal of personal data without the customer's consent."
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CarrierIQ Hires Former Verizon Counsel As Chief Privacy Officer

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