Digital wellness refers to the notion of “being well in a digital society”. Nowadays, this is a very important consideration, especially due to the prevalence of information and communication technologies (ICTs). When confronted with the term “information ethics” people typically react in one of two ways. Firstly, they register the word “ethics” and assume the concept to be philosophic, which they perceive as something that few people actively pursue. Secondly, due to its engagement with ICTs, information ethics is viewed as a field that is limited to information technology and computer science.
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