- Title Pages
- List of most common acronyms
- List of figures
- List of tables
- 1 Ethics after the information revolution
- 2 What is information ethics?
- 3 The method of abstraction
- 4 Information ethics as e-nvironmental ethics
- 5 Information ethics and the foundationalist debate
- 6 The intrinsic value of the infosphere
- 7 The morality of artificial agents
- 8 The constructionist values of homo poieticus
- 9 Artificial evil
- 10 The tragedy of the Good Will
- 11 The informational nature of selves
- 12 The ontological interpretation of informational privacy
- 13 Distributed morality
- 14 Information business ethics
- 15 Global information ethics
- 16 In defence of information ethics
- The Ethics of Information
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