In his Foreword for the previous volume in this series based on research presented at Loyola University’s Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics, Charles Ess (2012) noted that digital ethics (DE) would develop along two tracks. He identified a foundational trajectory that would explore fundamental changes to our ethical frameworks precipitated by digital technologies and, second, a more applied research trajectory that would deal with the expanding range of ethical problems presented to us by the proliferation of digital devices. A few years down the road, the essays in this volume demonstrate that we are still on this double trajectory and highlight the need to keep these two projects interconnected.
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