Steve DelBianco is a well-known expert on internet governance, online consumer protection, online privacy, and internet taxation. Steve leads NetChoice in promoting the integrity and availability of the internet, and has become a fixture in internet policy debates in the states, in Washington, and at global internet governance organizations.
Steve has provided expert testimony in 12 Congressional hearings, and is a frequent witness in state legislatures and at legislator conferences.
Most recently, Steve spoke as a panelist at the ABA/FCBA Privacy & Data Security Symposium, Global Technology Leaders Summit, and the FTC’s Workshop about Advertising and Privacy Disclosures in Online and Mobile Media. In addition, Steve is the head of the Business Constituency at ICANN and a board member for the Business Advisory Council of the Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board.
Quoted frequently on technology issues in the media, Steve has appeared on "60 Minutes," and has spoken about new privacy regulations harms in news mediums like BBC Click, MSNBC, MacWorld, National Journal, and POLITICO.
Before his work at NetChoice, Steve was founder and president of Financial Dynamics, an IT consulting firm that he led through the evolution of industry trends. Under Steve’s leadership, Financial Dynamics grew to over $20 million in revenues by 1997.
Steve holds degrees in both Engineering and Economics from the University of Pennsylvania, and an MBA from the Wharton School. He lives in McLean, Virginia with his wife, three children, and two dogs, where he is active in community government.