We produced a digital video on computer ethics for use in higher education. The purpose of the video is to help students learn what kinds of incidents they might encounter and how to cope with them in cyber space. The video contains twenty clips that depict the daily life of three students in a Japanese university. These clips are classified into four sections, with stories concerning (1) network security (virus, spyware, web bug [beacon], cross-site scripting), (2) communications through the network (e-mail etiquette, managing a web forum), (3) copyright and accessibility on web pages, and (4) phishing and privacy. Each clip consists of one story and explanations from a technical and legal point of view. Some problems have no 'correct' answer and are designed to prompt discussion in a class session. The process of making this video was as follows: We proposed ideas for the clips, and a professional writer developed interesting scenarios. After filming in a studio and on location, narration and music were added. We are now using the video in our classes and evaluating the students' responses.