Our Staff at Ethics In Tech is dedicated to contributing principal articles on the changing moral ground within technology. Equally, We take the time to curate articles and share the stories that others won’t.

Vahid Razavi, Curate Articles, Staff



A technology Veteran of Silicon Valley. Vahid has founded, advised and worked in senior management roles in Silicon Valley. He has published two books, The Age of Nepotism and Ethics In Tech and Lack Thereof. As a lifelong activist and humanitarian he has published hundreds of articles and videos on various social issues including  tech industry and social injustice. 

He has previously worked for companies such as Amazon Web Services, Fast Search, Exodus Communications, Qwest Communications,  and was the founder of the Cloud Computing Company BizCloud. 

Brett Wilkins


Board Member

Brett Wilkins is a San Francisco-based independent writer and activist whose work focuses on issues of war and peace and human rights. His articles have recently appeared in print and online publications including Asia Times, The Jakarta Post, Common Dreams, Counterpunch, Antiwar.com, Mondoweiss, Socialist Viewpoint, TeleSur and Venezuela Analysis. Brett is a member of Collective 20 and is editor-at-large for US news at Toronto-based Digital Journal, as well as a board member of the nonprofit advocacy group Ethics In Tech.

Cristina Deptula


Cristina Deptula has been involved in human rights-related activism from an early age, starting with her membership in her high school’s Amnesty International and Students for a Free Tibet groups. Since then, she’s remained active within various movements, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the digital privacy-related Restore the Fourth. She is committed to helping build a more just and inclusive world for people of all ages, ethnic backgrounds, abilities, genders and other categories and a world where the tech world acts in service of people living their best lives.



Ethics In Tech & Lack Thereof – Sleeping Under the Cell Tower tells Vahid’s circuitous and tragicomic journey through Big Tech, as a startup founder and as an employee. This journey coupled with Vahid’s personal struggles details a relatable and intriguing read.

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