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Thomas M Dailey

Thomas M Dailey

Vice President and General Counsel - International and Chief Corporate Strategy Counsel, Verizon International

Thomas Dailey is Verizon’s Chief International Legal and Regulatory Officer responsible for strategic-level legal advice and regulatory and policy guidance regarding the corporation’s business operations outside the United States, including those in the European Union, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa, Latin America and the Asia Pacific region. Mr Dailey manages a diverse team of legal and regulatory professionals based on five continents around the globe who advise on a wide variety of issues including privacy, commercial, corporate, product, employment and security.

Mr Dailey also serves as chief strategy counsel providing legal, regulatory and policy guidance to Verizon’s head of Corporate Strategy and her team on matters affecting the future direction of the corporation across all lines of business, including wireless, wireline, digital advertising, content and telematics. Outside his work at Verizon, Mr Dailey served from 2011 to 2014 as the Chair of the Center for Copyright Information, an organisation formed as part of a ground-breaking collaborative effort between US content creators in the movie and music industries and leading ISPs to help educate the public about legal content options and deter copyright infringement. Mr Dailey has testified numerous times before the US Congress and various state legislatures and is a periodic speaker on Internet, communications and other policy issues in the US and internationally.

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