Brad Smith, Microsoft's general counsel, is the company's chief representative on public-policy matters, including privacy — an issue under close scrutiny around the world. Smith plays a major role in many critical decisions affecting the company’s fortunes.
Microsoft’s general counsel is one of the most influential voices inside the company, partly because he has been in his job since 2002, which makes him the longest serving member of the senior leadership team.
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