Obama’s deputy CTO leaves to launch start-ups


Andrew McLaughlin, the nation’s deputy chief technology officer, said Wednesday he is resigning his post to launch two start-ups aimed at technology development in communities in the United States and abroad, reports the Washington Post. McLaughlin, who previously worked as a Google executive, oversaw many of the White House’s internet policy initiatives including Internet access regulations, the expansion of broadband connections and global cybersecurity…

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