The five moral dimensions are as follows:
• Information rights and obligations. What information rights do individuals and organizations possess with respect to information about themselves? What can they protect? What obligations do individuals and organizations have concerning this information?
• Property rights and obligations. How will traditional intellectual property rights be protected in a digital society in which tracing and accounting for ownership is difficult and ignoring such property rights is so easy?
• Accountability and control. Who can and will be held accountable and liable for the harm done to individual and collective information and property rights?
• System quality. What standards of data and system quality should we demand to protect individual rights and the safety of society?
• Quality of life. What values should be preserved in an information-and knowledge-based society? Which institutions should we protect from violation? Which cultural values and practices are supported the new information technology?