About Our Mission

About Our Mission

The problem we face today

Big Tech companies serve as modern gatekeepers of information, communications, and commerce, putting unparalleled power in the hands of a few corporations with very little oversight. These companies – like Meta, X, Google, Amazon, and Apple – were not fundamentally designed to serve the public good, but rather to generate growth and profits.

These companies operate under a toxic surveillance advertising business model, allow bad actors to weaponize data-rich platforms to manipulate consumers, create echo chambers and false realities for their users, and fail to create meaningful policies that will not only address, but prevent the myriad of societal harms they cause. The proliferation of generative AI has added new and greater threats to our safety and privacy, prompting the need for immediate action to mitigate Big Tech’s growing threats.

How We Create Meaningful Change

Big Tech companies create products that are not fundamentally designed to serve the public good, but rather to generate profit. We’re here to change that.

Our mission is to curb the societal harms driven by Big Tech’s toxic business practices. We believe that oversight is critical for corporate accountability and democracy, competition is essential to prevent unchecked monopoly power, and that human-centered design should be at the forefront of both product development and policy making.

Our Impact

Since our founding in 2020, Accountable Tech has led some of the biggest fights to rein in Big Tech’s growing power.


Accountable Tech brings together expert advocacy, policy, communications, and digital professionals to take on Big Tech


Join our team as we work to advocate for structural reforms to repair our broken information ecosystem.

Join the fight to rein in Big Tech.

Big Tech companies are some of the most powerful and profitable companies in history, presenting new threats to the safety of communities and the health of democracy. We’re taking them on through legislation, regulation and direct advocacy.