Internet is a complex socio-technical system where various moral issues arise
as humans interact with online technologies through interfaces, algorithms and
hardware design. Internet ethics investigates ethical and societal aspects related
to information and communication technologies – specifically the Internet – which
arise at the interaction between users, designers, online service providers and
policy. Some central topics include privacy, surveillance,
personalisation, autonomy, nudging, well-being, disinformation and misinformation, filter bubbles, echo chambers online, bullying and harassment online.