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Associate General Counsel - Privacy (north America, Law Enforcement And Platform Safety)
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Associate General Counsel - Privacy Duties: Advise Snap's LEO and T&S teams on North American law enforcement, legal, privacy, and security requirements, and issues relating to Snap's Terms of Service and Community Guidelines. Engage with government authorities on matters related to Snap's response to law enforcement data disclosure orders. Collaborate with Snap's Policy, Engineering, and others in Legal to develop and implement policies and practices that protect user personal data while complying with legal data disclosure requirements. Collaborate with Security and Privacy Engineering on developing tooling to protect user privacy while meeting legal disclosure requirements. Collaborate with and advise the Policy team on legislative developments impacting Snap's law enforcement and data disclosure obligations. Advise teams across the company -- including Policy, Product, and Engineering and others in Legal -- regarding developments in surveillance and security laws. Support the Policy and LEO teams in their development of strategic external partner relationships, e.g., with NGOs, regulators, and government agencies.

Qualifications: Professional experience interpreting laws related to government surveillance including the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). Firm understanding of the Stored Communications Act, Wiretap Act, Pen Register/Trap and Trace Statute, and the U.S. Cloud Act. Experience with data privacy laws/regulations in the U.S. and/or other countries is a plus. Experience with Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty requests, Letters Rogatory, or other forms of international cooperation. Knowledge of and experience with the criminal investigative process. Extremely detail-oriented, business-friendly, and a phenomenal teammate, with an ability to think creatively and accommodate tight deadlines. Excellent legal and business judgment and strategic thinking, and able to manage multiple matters simultaneously. Ability to adapt quickly as the legal, policy, and factual landscape continues to evolve. Comfortable operating in a fast-paced environment and working on ground-breaking legal and policy matters. Demonstrated ability to effectively supervise others in a manner consistent with Snap's values. J.D. Degree. Active membership in at least one State bar. Must have 8+ years proven experience, including in-house and/or outside counsel advising technology companies on regulatory, security, privacy, data protection, and related matters, or relevant government experience.

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