Senior Director for EU Government Affairs Microsoft
Marc Mossé has been Director of Legal and Public Affairs for Microsoft France before to take a newly created role aim to lead the EU Member States Government Affaires team. He founded Microsoft France’s think-lab online to discuss the impact of the digital revolution (rslnmag.fr).
Former Robert Badinter’s political advisor – one of the most influential Senator after being Chief Justice and the Minister of Justice who abolished the death penalty in France - Marc worked on international criminal justice and civil liberties. Then, as a Lawyer member of the Paris Bar Association, his core practice areas focused on public and constitutional law, digital regulation, privacy and intellectual property.
He is board member of Tech in France (main French IT Association), Vice-President of the French Association of In-House Lawyers (AFJE), and a member of the Copyright Advisory Board (CSPLA) to the French Ministry of Culture. He is also one of the founder and currently Vice-President of the French Digital Think Tank called Renaissance Numérique.
He was a Lecturer at Science Po Paris in the Public Affairs Master’s program, and designed a seminar on Corporate Social Responsibility and teach now Data privacy in the Law School. Marc has been elected as member of the City Council of Meudon (45000 inhabitants in the suburbs of Paris) as well as member of the District of Grand Paris Seine Ouest.
Marc has a Law Degree in public law from the University of Paris V (René Descartes) and a Law degree in European law from the University of Paris I (Sorbonne).