Tod Cohen

Since 2000, Mr. Cohen has been responsible for global public policy for eBay, adding PayPal when it was acquired in 2002. Beginning in 2006, he has become responsible for eBay’s legal regulatory and intellectual property (copyrights, trademarks and rightsholder relations) work as well as law enforcement affairs and global investigation teams.

April 28, 2016

Ebay Chief Executive Devin Wenig on Thursday discussed issues that will define the future of a technology-enabled economy, policies that will impact innovation, and the relationship between the tech sector and government.

April 27, 2016

On April 27th, the eBay Public Policy Lab released the United States Small Online Business Growth Report as part of their ongoing research examining the trade patterns and growth of enterprises using the eBay Marketplace. This report provides an in-depth look at trade and growth figures for eBay-enabled small businesses and entrepreneurs (Commercial Sellers with annual sales of $10K or more) in all 50 states as well as the District of Columbia.

Break down tax, trade barriers to help small businesses win

eBay Rallies Cry for Small Business Owners Against Proposed Internet Tax Regulations

EBay Discusses Its Social Media Strategy -- It's Not Just About Facebook

April 7, 2016

eBay Seller Mac Griffiths, Salt Lake County Mayor McAdams and Director of Regional Economic Development for Salt Lake County Stuart Clason

Micro Businesses Go Global

April 6, 2016

Head of eBay Americas Government Relations David London speaks on illegal wildlife product trade panel

On March 3, 2016, World Wildlife Day, eBay announced a commitment in partnership with the US Wildlife Trafficking Alliance (USWTA) to continue the fight against the illegal wildlife product trade.

March 18, 2016

eBay’s Political Action Committee, The Committee for Responsible Internet Commerce, hosted an event for Representative Anna Eshoo (D/CA). eBay’s San Jose campus is located in Rep. Eshoo’s district and Rep. Eshoo has been a champion for Internet-enabled entrepreneurs for many years. During her tenure in Congress she has constantly fought for the Internet and technology sectors on many issues including Net Neutrality, cell phone unlocking, and Internet sales tax, among so many others.

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