This work contains a selection of the research presented at the third and fourth Annual symposium on Digital Ethics hosted by the School of Communication at Loyola University Chicago. Thematically organized around three of the most pressing ethical issues of the digital age (shifting of professional norms, moderating offensive content, and privacy), the chapters of this volume offer the reader a window into some of the hot-button ethical issues facing a society where digital has become the new normal. Straddling an applied ethical and theoretical approach, the research represented here not only reflects on how our ethical frameworks have been changed and challenged by digital technology, but also provides insights for those confronted with specific ethical dilemmas related to digital technology. With contributions from established experts and up-and-coming scholars alike, this book cuts across disciplines and will appeal to philosophers, communication scientists, and moral philosophers alike. The essays are written in an accessible style that will make them suitable for graduate students and advanced undergraduate students.