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Shane Cahill

Shane Cahill

Director, Legislation and Policy Development (EMEA and Global AI), Meta

Shane Cahill leads a team of creative and dynamic technology policy experts as Director for Privacy and AI Legislation at Meta Platforms Inc.

He is a former diplomatic officer for Ireland and served as adviser to the Irish Government on data protection and the digital economy. He was stationed in Japan, the European Union and in posts across the United States.

Mr Cahill received his LL.M in Commercial Law from University College Dublin, and LL.B in Law and European Studies from the University of Limerick. He has also pursued an M.Phil in Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies at Trinity College, Dublin and No Code AI and Machine Learning at MIT.

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