Steve DelBianco

Steve DelBianco

As executive director of NetChoice, Steve DelBianco is a well-known expert on Internet governance, online consumer protection, online privacy, and Internet taxation. NetChoice works to promote the integrity and availability of the Internet, and is significantly engaged in internet policy issues in the states, in Washington, and at global internet governance organizations.

Steve has provided expert testimony in nine Congressional hearings, and is a frequent witness in state legislatures and at legislator conferences.

For over a decade, Steve has been a powerful advocate for NetChoice positions at the National Conference of State Legislatures and the American Legislative Exchange Council. Steve is also a board member for the Business Advisory Council of the Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board, where he’s the lone opponent of new tax burdens on Internet commerce.

Steve is frequently quoted on technology issues in the media, including a segment on "60 Minutes" to expose barriers to innovation in residential real estate. His analysis of new Internet sales taxes was featured in the Wall Street Journal in 2011.

Before joining NetChoice, Steve was founder and president of Financial Dynamics, an information technology consulting firm delivering on financial and marketing solutions. He guided the firm through the rapid evolution of industry trends and sold the business to a national firm in 1997.

Steve earned degrees in Engineering and Economics from the University of Pennsylvania, and an MBA from the Wharton School.

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There is a big change coming for Internet governance
Steve DelBianco joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the U.S. government is stepping out of its role as the ultimate owner of the Internet and its governance, through a change in the contract with ICANN.
Steve DelBianco joins Jim Blasingame to report on efforts to shut down sites that promote sex trafficking, especially of underage girls.
Steve DelBianco joins Jim Blasingame to report on the national debate about Internet sales tax that when small businesses are required to collect sales tax for the thousands of sales tax precincts it will hurt them and help large e-tailers like Amazon.