As Walmart continues to carve out territory in the e-commerce marketplace, the retail giant has tapped former Amazon lawyer and executive Nuala O’Connor to serve as the company’s first chief counsel of digital citizenship. 

O’Connor is slated to begin her new job, which also includes the role of senior vice president, Oct. 7 at Walmart’s Washington, D.C., office. She brings more than 20 years of tech policy and legal leadership experience, according to Walmart, which announced her appointment Tuesday. 

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