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Steve is also the Vice President of Public Policy at the Association for Competitive Technology (ACT), a trade association for ICT businesses in the US and Europe. Steve was an investor and Board Member of [[eRealty.com]].
Mr. DelBianco sets the policy agenda for both NetChoice and ACT. He represents NetChoice at [[ICANN Meetings]] and in the
[[BC|Business Constituency ]],<ref>[http://www.circleid.com/members/3698/ circleid.com]</ref> and is a Member of the [[OPOC Working Group]].
Steve holds a degree in Engineering and another in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He received his MBA from the Wharton School.<ref>[http://www.netcaucus.org/biography/steve-delbianco.shtml netcaucus.org]</ref>
At [[ICANN 42]] in Dakar,
[[Steve DelBianco ]] outlined 4 standing issues that the CBUC had with the current new gTLD [[Applicant Guidebook]]. These points were later picked up by TLD critics, including [[ANA]] and [[CRIDO]], and are likely to influence a December 8th U.S. Senate hearing on new TLDs.<ref>[http://news.dot-nxt.com/2011/12/02/senate-hearing-gtlds Senate Hearing gTLDs]</ref> Those 4 points are:<ref>[http://news.dot-nxt.com/2011/10/25/bc-four-holes-in-gtld-process BC Four Holes in gTLD Process, news.dot-nxt.com]</ref>
# '''Applications for gTLD IDNs'''- the value of gTLD IDNs was stressed by the CBUC, but they pointed out that ICANN had yet to recognize or publicize this exciting development for the global Internet.