Will Hudson is Senior Advisor for International Policy at Google, where his work focuses on Internet governance, Google’s relationship with international organizations like the United Nations, and other international policy issues. Before joining Google, Mr. Hudson was Director for International Cyber Policy at the National Security Council. There, he was responsible for coordinating the government’s implementation of a range of technology policies, including those relating to Internet governance, Internet freedom, human rights issues associated with data privacy and online surveillance, and cyber capacity building.
Prior to his time in the White House, Mr. Hudson served in a variety of positions in the federal government, advising clients on the legal and policy issues associated with cybersecurity, norms of state and non-state behavior online, and emerging technologies. He is a board member of the U.S. Telecommunications Training Institute and the Journal of Law & Cyber Warfare, and is a Corporate Leader at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Mr. Hudson is a graduate of Stanford University and Georgetown University Law Center.
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Telecommunications & Electronic Media Practice Group Podcast
In recent years, the United Nations’ International Telecommunication Union has become an arena where governments...