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Transcript of Computer Ethics
8.Thou shall not appropriate other people's intellectual output
#5 Thou shalt not use a computer to bear false witness.
THOU SHALT NOT
USE A COMPUTER TO STEAL
THOU SHALT NOT INTERFERE WITH OTHER PEOPLE'S COMPUTER WORK.
This means: Don't mess with other people's work on the computer.
For example, if you decide to fool around with a PowerPoint presentation someone else wrote, you are breaking this rule.
This means that you should not claim other people's work as your own.
#9: THOU SHALL THINK ABOUT THE SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE WEBSITES YOU VISIT.
#1 THOU SHALT NOT USE THE COMPUTER TO HARM OTHER PEOPLE.
Just because you're not friends with someone, it doesn't mean you have the right to disrespect them.
Examples of software include iOS, Windows and Android.
Software is what runs the computer and allows you to do things such as write papers and play games.
Think about how others would feel by your actions while using the computer
THOU SHALT ALWAYS USE A COMPUTER IN WAYS THAT ENSURE CONSIDERATION AND RESPECT TO YOUR FELLOW HUMANS.
Ask your self "how will this make other people feel?" before you do something on the computer.
Don't say rude things that make others feel bad about themselves
Facebook is a place to be social with your friends, not a place to harm them.
Cyber-bullying is the electronic posting of mean-spirited messages about a person and is often done anonymously.
7.) THOU SHALT NOT USE OTHER PEOPLE'S COMPUTER RESOURCES WITHOUT PERMISSION OR PROPER PAY.
1 & 2
1) Thou shalt not use a computer to harm other people.
2) Thou shalt not interfere with other peoples work.
3 & 4
3) Thou shalt not snoop around in other people's computer files.
4) Thou shalt not use a computer to steal.
5 & 6
5) Thou shalt not use a computer to bear false witness. (don't be someone youre not)
6) Thou shalt not copy or use proprietary software for which you have not paid.
7 & 8
7) Thou shalt not use other people's computer resources without permission or proper pay.
8) Thou shalt not appropriate other people's intellectual output.
9 & 10
9) Thou shalt think about the social consequences of the websites you visit.
10) Thou shalt always use a computer in ways that ensure consideration and respect for fellow humans.
The 10 Computer
THOU SHALT NOT SNOOP AROUND IN OTHER PEOPLES FILES
This also refers to bothering or distracting people when they are doing work on the computer. If you do this at school, it's likely that you and the person working will both get in trouble. Not to mention that it's just plain rude.
Do not trespass in anyone's work or files.
Such as: Looking through someone's folder on shared files!
If it is not yours, do NOT touch!
You should always ask to join another person's network before you actually connect to it, and you should also pay for software on your computer. An Example is Wireless Internet.
Although some people may use software on their computer without paying, that is a federal crime.
Mind your own business and don't bother other students.
Work together and share ideas.
Just because I'm alone doesn't mean you can mess with me.
This basically means that you shouldn't lie about yourself over the internet, or fake your identity.
Old v.s New
We've come a long way from paper and pencil.
The choices you make and your actions on and around the computer affects everyone around you not just one person.
Be honest and trustworthy.
Show respect to yourself by respecting what you post on social media.
Remember that school computer use is a privilege not a right!
Created by Mrs. McCoy's Computer Apps 2 Class.
THOU SHALT NOT SNOOP AROUND IN OTHER PEOPLE'S FILES.