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Many of the most pressing issues in information ethics-informational privacy, surveillance, intellectual property, access to information, and the distribution of information resources-can only be addressed at the level of global politics. This paper develops an approach to theorizing about political questions of concern to information ethics. It begins by situating a political philosophy of information within the broader field of ethics and defending a theoretical approach that is practical,doi:10.1353/lib.2015.0000 fatcat:qajveky6kfc7vj6roc5vv7s54i