Is Chief Privacy Officer and Vice President for Global Public Policy for Oracle Corporation. He is responsible for developing and coordinating all of Oracle's policy-related positions with special emphasis on electronic commerce and global policy issues. He leads a cross-functional team in developing an overall data protection policy and technology infrastructure to address user personal data and privacy needs. Prior to joining Oracle in 1999, he was General Counsel and Vice President for Electronic Commerce at the US Council for International Business in New York, where he was responsible for developing and coordinating all e-commerce initiatives through such USCIB affiliations as the International Chamber of Commerce and the Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD. Earlier positions included attorney and consulting roles at a variety of consultancies specializing in Internet technology and telecommunications.
Mr. Alhadeff has an MBA from New York University and a JD from Boston University. He has memberships and various leadership responsibilities with the American Bar Association; the Committee on Science and Technology; the Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD; the Coalition of Service Industries; the CyberNotary Association, the International Chamber of Commerce; the International Telecommunications Union; the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council; the UNCITRAL Working Group on Electronic Commerce; and the US Council for International Business. He is also chair of the Government Affairs Committee for the Software and Information Industry Association, and chairs the Working Group on Authentication as well as the E-Business Committee for the ILPF.