Constantin Vicã, Ph.D., is teaching assistant at the Faculty of Philosophy, researcher at the Research Centre in Applied Ethics, University of Bucharest, and postdoctoral fellow at the Romanian Academy, Iasi Branch. His main fields of interest are computer and information ethics, roboethics, philosophy of computer science, social and political philosophy, and the critique of intellectual property. He published several articles and studies on online trust, web search engines ethics, digital dialectics, pirate politics, morality of sex acts with robots, evolution of programming languages, green technologies and patents, and free software, authorship and intellectual property; he also co-edited Filosofia științelor umane. In memoriam Mihail Radu Solcan (Philosophy of Human Sciences. In memoriam Mihail Radu Solcan) (2015, University of Bucharest Press). He is now writing on informational justice in the digital world, and also tries to set an argument in favour of artificial companions as a cure for loneliness in senior’s lives.