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Empowering oneself through social networking
Empowering oneself through social networking
Empowering oneself through social networking
Empowering oneself through social networking
Empowering oneself through social networking
Empowering oneself through social networking
Empowering oneself through social networking
Empowering oneself through social networking
Empowering oneself through social networking
Empowering oneself through social networking
Empowering oneself through social networking
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Empowering oneself through social networking

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This is a presentation against cyberbullying. Do not bully be a friend.

This is a presentation against cyberbullying. Do not bully be a friend.

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  • 1. Moral and Social Responsibility in Social Networking
  • 2. Unprotected Speech Freedom of Speech Social Networking Social & Moral Responsibility Netiquette Cyber Bullying
  • 3. • is a basic human right that helps preserve peace and order. • is a universal right of each and every human being protected by United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  • 4. • being a basic civil right, is very essential in preserving peace and order. • without free speech, it would be hard to understand and resolve differences of opinion. http://www.suite101.com/content/freedom-of-speech-in-the-philippines-a138982
  • 5. • Freedom of speech is not an absolute right. • Not all speech is constitutionally protected.
  • 6. • Speech that incites lawless conduct, so-called fighting words (words that provoke physical retaliation), libelous or defamatory speech, and obscenity can legitimately be prohibited or punished by the government. http://www.suite101.com/content/freedom-of-speech-in-thephilippines-a138982
  • 7. • A Facebook spokeswoman responded that the popular social network, which has more than 400 million users worldwide, had rules to check content and that any reports of hate or threats would be quickly removed.
  • 8. • "Facebook is highly self-regulating and users can and do report content that they find questionable or offensive," the spokeswoman, Debbie Frost, said. http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/technology/03/10/10/cyberbullying-cases-put-heat-google-facebook
  • 9. Rule 1: Remember the Human Rule 2: Adhere to the same standards of behavior online that you follow in real life Rule 3: Know where you are in cyberspace Rule 4: Respect other people’s time and bandwidth Rule 5: Make yourself look good online

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