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Netiquette; being a good digital citizen.

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cristina del hoyo

on 15 August 2016

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Transcript of Netiquette; being a good digital citizen.

Be respectful when responding to an email, text or post.
Respect other people's time. Make sure that whatever you send to another person is worth reading to that other person.

Be respectful of their bandwidth. Do not post the same thing and do not be repetitive with the information.
Know where you are at. Spend some time reading the archives or listening to audios or chats.

Take a look around. Get a sense for the people first and then participate after wards.
Remember we are all humans whether we are in person or behind the screen.

Treat others like you want to be treated.

Keyword: manners.
Adhere to the same standards of behavior online that you follow in real life.

Be ethical.
Netiquette; being a good digital citizen.
Be rude. Unfortunately in the digital world this happens often.

Be offensive. Once it's sent, you have no control over it even if you delete it, because it might be saved in another location.
Do anything illegal because chances are it's also illegal in real life.
Do not throw around unsubstantiated information. This may have consequences.
Make yourself look good online. Share expert knowledge. Post only substantiated information.
Post offensive language and do not become confrontational.
Respect other people's privacy. Failing to do can have very serious consequences such as losing your job.
Abuse your power.
Be forgiving of other people's mistakes.
Assume people know better.
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