2. What Plagiarism is when you copy and paste something, even if its in a different order, is and make it look like you are the original owner of that article/ project, even thoughPlagiarism? it is someone elses. Anything on the internet can be plagiarized like videos, verbal songs, articles, pictures, papers, movies (on YouTube), and many more… So many what many websites have a copyright sign which looks like this : This means that you can’t use this information or materials like the pictures, videos, or content without the owners permission and if you do then that would be against the law. You could be fired, if it’s a job. If it’s a project, you could be suspended from school or receive a failing grade. People who already have a job can get fired, loose their licenses if they are doctors or scientist and may even loose their important reputation.
3. Plagiarism affects you and everyone else.YOU: You don’t learn a thing. You wont prosper. Your mind won’t grow if it’s not your project. You won’t take your time on it and it won’t make sense. You can be excluded from many things if you are caught plagiarizing. You can lose important things in your life. You will lose respect from other people because you can’t be trusted.OTHER PEOPLE: You can get fined and owe a lot of money to the owners if you get caught. People may loose credit for their hard work. The owner may feel disrespected.
4. There are many consequences in many levels depending if you have alwaysdenied that you copyrighted and you actually did. In school:^ You could get an F on the project at hand.^ You could be expelled from school.^ Suspended for an amount of time depending on the honesty and the cooperation. In High School:^ You can get an F.^ They can expel you from school or suspend. ^ The school may decide to flunk you.^ The author/ producer can sue you at this age. In College:^ You can fail a semester of college.^ You can get withdrawn from a classroom.^ You can get legally prosecuted.^ You can get expelled or suspended from the school. In a Job:^ The company can fire you.^ If you have a license whether in science, in the profession of layer, a doctor a teacheretc.
5. DO NOTPLAGIARIZE
6. What is Internet? The internet is a accumulation of cables and computers which holds a lot of business, personal, and governmental hardware computers. And a lot of information. The internet is not owned by anyone, the government can’t get access and take control over the internet, so its open to anyone who has a computer and internet. The internet occupies one big hyperlink that “ links” to many other pages of information its like some PowerPoints that you can make games and stuff through hyperlinking. But you link to HTML pages with free software’s, of the web browsers.Paul Gil: What is the Internet?http://netforbeginners.about.com/od/i/f/What-Is-The-Internet.htm
7. There are 3 Netiquette basics:  Netiquette of Confidentiality:  Netiquette of Sending:  Netiquette of Replying
8. By The netiquette of confidentiality we mean to publish private information put the internet or sent to you: like any emails, phone numbers, business information put on emails, checks, job payments, copying and pasting emailsto other websites. Things that are of value and that are private. Forwarding things that are not read is verydangerous, some can be sent by family and trusted people, and others could be commercial and tell you to forward to any 50 people and sometimes they may carry viruses. Respecting copyright on pages isimportant. You always need to make sure that you have double checked the copyright sign on webpages.Don’t use the picture at all…or just use it and listm the author/publisher if there is no copyright sign.
9. Etiquette of Sending on the InternetInclude an E-mail Address! One big netiquette is sending: when sending any message make them nice, on point, and short. Its saves time these days for the people who are reading the message and saves time for the person who is writing the message or e-mail. Of course write correctly and use spaces, so the person who is reading the mail can actually understand the message. When sending be descriptive: like make a short but on-point subject of what the e-mail is about.
10. There is a right way to reply!Netiquette Of Replying
11. You have to be careful with what youwrite on social networks, like, Facebook, Twitter,MySpace and other things. If you put letter in ALL CAPS this is a form ofshouting.Be careful with pictures that are posted on theinternet.
12. Ethics Of the InternetEthics first of all are rules that are to be followed and codes of conduct. Like: Netiquette, Copyrighting rules, how youuse your digital technology if its video recorders, cameras, iPhones, iPods, iPads etc.
13. ReferencesConsequences of Plagiarism: Baylor Unknown Authorhttp://mail.baylorschool.org/~jstover/plagiarism/consequences.htmPlagiarism and its Consequences: (2012) Unknown Authorhttp://studiepol.phmetropol.dk/In+English/Studytools/developing+your+writing+skills/Plagiarism+and+its+consequences?educationID=Netiquette (Internet Etiquette) :(2000) Unknown Author Namehttp://www.livinginternet.com/i/ia_nq.htmTop 10 Netiquette Gudelines: (2007) Jace Shoemaker-Gallowayhttp://suite101.com/article/netiquette-guidelines-a26615What is Plagiarism: (2012) Unknown Authorhttp://www.plagiarism.org/plag_article_what_is_plagiarism.htmlCopyright in Cyberspace: Alexander Thomas Snyder (2011) Picture’https://wikispaces.psu.edu/display/IST432SP11TEAM3/Copyright+in+CyberspaceSteal this story? Beware the Nets plagiarism cops: Diane Mapes (2009)http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32657885/ns/technology_and_science-tech_and_gadgets/t/steal-story-beware-nets-plagiarism-cops/