The academic discourse on digital responsibility (DR) considers the ethical and sustainability challenges and issues at the private, organizational, and societal levels that have arisen from the extensive and transformative use of digital technologies and processes in the context of digital transformation. For example, digital markets are evolving faster than their regulation. Companies and their work environments are undergoing major changes, and political participation processes and government institutions are facing new challenges. The DR view seeks to deeply understand and responsibly shape the digital transformation process in its impact on all stakeholders. The topic has recently received increased attention: business associations, political parties or bodies, and increasingly private actors are discussing DR aspects. Academic discussions here are already examining many sub-areas more fundamentally than the aforementioned players and could thus open up valuable perspectives.