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Prof Dr Oliver Zöllner · c/o Stuttgart Media University · Nobelstr. 10 · 70569 Stuttgart · Germany
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There is more to life than scrutinising meaningless website disclaimers. Consider taking a long walk, having conversations with family or friends,
or reading a book instead.
Do care about digital ethics. Respect privacy and dignity. Consider the
10 Golden Rules of Digital Ethics for a flourishing life, as compiled by the Institute for Digital Ethics (IDE) of which Oliver is one of the
founders and directors.