Matt greets the confused and terrified "Greta cookie" consciousness. He explains that she is not actually Greta, but rather a digital copy of Greta's consciousness, called a cookie, designed to control Greta's smart house and calendar, ensuring everything is perfect for the real Greta. Matt then creates a virtual body for Greta's digital copy and puts her in a simulated white room containing nothing but a control panel. The copy refuses to accept that she is not a real person and rejects being forced to be a slave to Greta's desires. Matt's job is to break the willpower of digital copies through torture, so they will submit to a life of servitude to their real counterparts.
Based on the envisioned story, would it be immoral to enslave your own simulated mind on a bean-sized chip for your own desires against the will of digital copy of yourself for the life time? And why?
On one hand, it would be immoral, because simulated mind has its own self-awareness and concept of free will, and it can register emotional pain. On the other hand it won't be immoral, because it lacks a physical body (at the end it's just a piece of code), and you tell yourself that you own it, because it is just a copy of your own mind (and when you own something, you can do whatever you want).