Good practice regarding the key area When using technology, it is important to remember to use rules as in real life. Cyberspace is digital but it is still a world where there is interaction between people. Individuals use the internet for themselves but sometimes institutions may be involved if a potential treatment impacts a significant number of people or is a matter of national security. Following the Netiquette rules on an individual level is of vital importance and can be effective. In organisations though, the obedience of using technology ethically is much more difficult even though important. 16 best ethical practises suggested from Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University,in 2018, are: 1. Keep Ethics in the Spotlight—and Out of the Compliance Box 2. Highlight the Human Lives and Interests behind the Technology 3. Consider Downstream (and Upstream and Lateral) Risks for Technologies 4. Don’t Discount Non-Technical Actors, Interests, and Expectations 5. Envision the Technical Ecosystem 6. Mind the Gap between User Expectations and Reality 7. Avoid Hype and Myths around Technology 8. Establish Chains of Ethical Responsibility and Accountability 9. Treat Technology as a Conditional Good 10. Practice Disaster Planning and Crisis Response 11. Promote the Values of Autonomy, Transparency, and Trustworthiness 12. Consider Disparate Interests, Resources, and Impacts 13. Design for Privacy and Security 14. Invite Diverse Stakeholder Input 15. Make Ethical Reflection & Practice Standard, Pervasive, Iterative, and Rewarding 16. Model and Advocate for Ethical Tech Practice, All, analysed and ready to be transformers to any organisation (