Stephen Seitz

Stephen Seitz

Attorney, Microsoft Corporation

Stephen (“Steve”) Seitz is a Senior Corporate Counsel in the Corporate External and Legal Affairs (CELA) group at Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond, Washington, where he specializes in telecom law as part of the Customer Security and Trust (CST) team. In this role, he provides product counseling on telecom compliance and shares responsibilities in developing and advancing Microsoft’s global telecom-related policies and practices.

Having spent many years at the intersection of technology, law, society, and government Mr Seitz has also worked on privacy and digital safety matters at Microsoft.  Before Microsoft, Steve held senior regulatory roles in a telecommunications company and a public safety organization.

Mr Seitz studied International Relations and Economics at Michigan State University’s James Madison College and earned his law degree from Seattle University.

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