I found Flaubert's Salammbo on Gutenberg. It is an incredible book. How do we judge the behaviour and actions of the people in that time? Certainly not by applying the current morality to those times.
How moral is it that a person who has possession of a Van Gogh painting has assets worth millions while the painter got nothing.
How moral is it that I can read ebooks only from the vendor from whom I bought the eBook reader?
How moral is it that our economic system is helping create monopolies like Amazon, Google, Facebook, Uber, etc. ? By their very nature, such services need a common platform. Shouldn't such services be distributed, co-operatives?
I find it very difficult to believe that such services would not have been created or succeeded if the current economic system was not in place.
I wonder how the future generations will judge us.