AOL’s chief technology officer is out. Did she resign, or was she fired? You decide.
NEW YORK (Reuters) AOL’s chief technology officer Maureen Govern, who oversaw the division responsible for accidentally releasing search data for more than a half a millions users, has resigned from the company, according to an internal company memorandum.
Via the Wall Street Journal:
AOL, responding to a recent furor over its release of Web-search data from some of its members, fired its chief technology officer and two other employees responsible for the breach, according to people familiar with the matter.