Google recently faced a significant data breach, which exposed sensitive information from 2013 to 2018. The breach involved an internal database containing children’s voices and other data. Additionally, Google Street View was found to have stored car license plate numbers, and Waze inadvertently revealed users’ home addresses. In response to these incidents, Google’s chief privacy officer, Keith Enright, is set to leave the company, and there will be restructuring within the privacy and legal departments. This information comes from the Privacy Newsfeed, a resource that monitors industry news for data protection professionals.