Web Privacy Breach at AOL Leads to Three Departures

Two AOL employees have been fired, and its chief technology officer is resigning, after the release of Web search data from thousands of AOL members prompted widespread criticism of the company. In an e-mail to AOL employees, Chief Executive Jon Miller said the company would create a task force to develop new best practices on privacy and will look at how long search and other data should be saved.

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