The ethical issues underlying the computerization and information technology are the subject of the essays collected in this book. Computer ethics and information ethics are new branches of applied ethics. In this book different applications of information technology (IT) are assessed from an ethical perspective. How will the global information infrastructure affect conditions for democracy? Is it possible to maintain values like autonomy and privacy in the computerized society? What ethical principles are needed and what virtues should be promoted among the professionals involved? How can we achieve a responsible management of this revolutionary technical change? These are some questions that are focused in this volume.