Anthony is the Principal of a multidisciplinary law and consulting firm, AGW Consulting specialising in IT and the Digital Economy including intellectual property, licensing, cloud computing, Big Data and privacy. He is an advocate for the Digital Economy and served on the IT Industry Innovation Council for the Australian Department of Industry. He has also held senior management positions in multi-national corporations and government, as CIO of the Australian Tourist Commission during the Sydney 2000 Olympics and led the development of digital publishing for Thomson (now Thomson Reuters) in the Asia Pacific. Anthony is a Board member of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), an organization established under the auspices of UNESCO. He is the Past President of the Australian Computer Society (ACS). He is also an Honorary Life member of the ACS, the founding President of the NZ Society for Computers and the Law, and a member of the Law Society of NSW. Anthony graduated with a B.Sc. in Computer Science and a Bachelors of Law from Monash University and was awarded a Master of Laws in Media, Communications and IT from UNSW. Anthony is a regular presenter and speaker at national and international conferences.