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  • 1. By: D’Andre Fields
  • 2. PlagiarismDefinition: “A Piece Of Writing Or Other Work Reflecting SuchUnauthorized Use Of Imitation.”(dictionary.reference.com/browse/Plagiarism?s=t)
  • 3. What Is Plagiarism?Plagiarism Is A Very Bad Act Of Violence. You Could Get SuedFor This, Get Kicked Out Of College For This, And You Could AlsoGo To Jail For This Crime. Some people Plagiarize Without EvenKnowing That They Did. You Always Have To Look Back OverYour Work To See If You May Have Made A Mistake Or Error.
  • 4. Avoiding PlagiarismSome People Will Plagiarize And Think That They Will Get Away.Hmmm, Not Going To Happen. You Cannot Plagiarize And GetAway With The Plagiarism. Someone Is Always Going To FindOut And They Can Report. For This, You Will Either: GetFined, Go To Jail, Or Get Thrown Out Of College Or The AreaThat You Are Employed At.
  • 5. Why Shouldn’t YouPlagiarize?You Shouldn’t Plagiarize Because, The Work That You MightPlagiarize Is Not Yours. If You Like What Someone Wrote BeforeAnd You Want To Use It, You Have To Ask For Their PermissionTo Use Their Work. A Person Doesn’t Want For Another PersonTo Use Their Work Without Their Permission. And Its Even WorseWhen The Person That Copied It Called it Their Own.
  • 6. Examples Of PlagiarismAbsences Are A Good Influence Absences Are A Good InfluenceIn Love And Keep It Bright And In Love And Keep It Bright AndDelicate. Delicate. -Robert Louis Stevenson
  • 7. NetiquetteDefinition: “The Rules Of Etiquette That Apply WhenCommunicating Over computer Networks, Especially TheInternet.”(dictionary.reference.com/browse/netiquette?s=t)
  • 8. What Is Netiquette?Netiquette Is The Way That You Conduct Yourself Over TheInternet. Examples Of The Sites Of Communication:Google.com, Yahoo.com, Facebook.com, Twitter.com, Instagram.com, Zwinky.com, Etc.
  • 9. How Should You ConductYourself On TheInternet?On The Internet, You Should Stay Calm Throughout The WholeConversation. There Should Not Be Any Arguments Or Fussing. IfThere Is An Argument Then, Do Not Escalade It.

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