Editorial Review Board. Exploring New Ethical Issues in the Virtual Worlds of the Twenty-First Century, James A. F. Stoner & Charles Wankel. The Neglect of Reason: A Plea for Rationalist Accounts of the Effects of Virtual Violence, Johnny Hartz Soraker. Copyright and Paratext in Computer Gaming, Dan L. Burk. Virtual Sex With Child Avatars, A. A. Adams. Research Ethics and Virtual Worlds, Justin M. Grimes, Kenneth R. Fleischmann, & Paul T. Jaeger. Preparing for Practice: Issues in Virtual Medical Education, Rachel H. Ellaway & David Topps. Achieving Collective Competence in Emergent Virtual World Organizations: A Case Study of Peace Train - a Charitable Organization in Second Life, Robin Teigland. Cosmopolitanism Online: A Manual for the Construction of a Virtual Cosmopolis, Edward Howlett Spence & Adam Briggle. Ethics in Second Life: Difference, Desire, and the Production of Subjectivity, Anna Hickey-Moody & Denise Wood. This War is a Lie: Ethical Implications of Massively Multiplayer Online Game Design, Miguel Sicart. The Illusion of Reality: Cognitive Aspects and Ethical Drawbacks: The Case of Second Life, Elena Pasquinelli. About the Authors.