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Evaluate and provide guidance on the privacy and fairness implications of products, services, and features
Work with developers, designers, lawyers, product managers, and others to help interdisciplinary teams build creative solutions to policy, legal, engineering, user interface, business, marketing and other privacy challenges
Serve as a representative of Facebook regarding privacy issues in external meetings and conferences
Analyze global legislative and regulatory proposals concerning privacy, data security, fairness, and other technology issues
Consult with external privacy experts and other policy stakeholders on how best to ensure that Facebook handles data and builds products responsibly
5+ years of experience with privacy, data security, or technology policy issues (2+ years with advanced degree in relevant field)
Experience counseling and advising on privacy, data security, or other technology policy issues
JD or Master’s degree or equivalent
Experience with privacy or technology policy issues
Experience working directly with senior business executives
Working familiarity with privacy legislative frameworks, especially with respect to sensitive information type
Experience with creating policy analysis and public presentations
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