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Netiquette2

  1. 1. Netiquette (Internet Etiquette) "Netiquette" stands for "Internet Etiquette", refers to the set of practices created over the years to make the Internet experience pleasant for everyone.
  2. 2. Netiquette Basics The four basic rules of netiquette are summarized below: • Help the Newbies • Research Before Asking • Remember Emotion • People Aren't Organizations
  3. 3. Netiquette Of Sending The following rules of netiquette apply to the sending of messages, and generally apply to email, the newsgroups, and mailing lists.
  4. 4. Netiquette Of Sending • Be brief • Use white space • Use descriptive subject lines • Stay on-topic • Be careful sending attachments
  5. 5. Netiquette Of Sending • Copy the minimum number of people • Include your email address • Respect non-commercial spaces • Avoid flaming
  6. 6. Netiquette Of Replying Generally apply to email, the newsgroups, and mailing lists. • Replying and forwarding • Summarize for the group • Check current information before replying • Reference past communications • Acknowledge important communications
  7. 7. Netiquette Of Confidentiality The following rules of netiquette concern Internet confidentiality: • Don't publicize other's email addresses • Never send what you don't read • Remember archiving • Respect copyright
  8. 8. 1. Don't Publicize Other's Email Addresses • Don't distribute other people's email addresses to strangers by email or by posting messages to the Usenet newsgroups, unless the email is on a public work and obviously intended for distribution.
  9. 9. 2. Never Send What You Don't Read • Never forward an email you haven't read, or send someone an attachment you haven't examined. Many people have been badly embarrassed by forgetting this rule.
  10. 10. 3. Remember Archiving • Remember that many mailing lists, newsgroups, and even some chat groups and email systems archive information.
  11. 11. 4. Respect Copyright • Always clearly identify the author of work that is not your own. • If you are forwarding or posting someone else's work, don't alter or edit their words
  12. 12. References • http://www.livinginternet.com/i/ia_nq.htm • http://www.studygs.net/netiquette.htm

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