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  • 1. NET Netiquette / t-ə-kət/, Noun: 1. The social code of network communication. 2. The social and moral code of the internet based on the human condition and Golden Rule of Netiquette. 3. A philosophy of effective internet communication that utilizes common conventions and norms as a guide for rules and standards.
  • 2. Your Responsibilities Keep other’s feelings in mind  If your feelings get hurt stay CALM  Respect other’s privacy  Don’t abuse your power  Don’t waste other peoples time  Make yourself look positive  Pretend to be face to face
  • 3. Copyright cop·y·right /ˈkäpēˈrīt/ Noun the exclusive legal right to reproduce, publish, sell, or distribute the matter and form of something (as a literary, musical, or artistic work)
  • 4. You should care because • You would not want the poem you wrote to your girlfriend be credited to another boy • You would not want another student taking credit for the artwork you created in art class Copyright laws insures your work to be yours! It prevents people from taking it and making it into
  • 5. Works that are protected by Copyright • literary works • musical works • dramatic works • pantomimes and choreographic works • pictorial, graphic, and sculptural works • motion pictures and other audiovisual works • sound recordings • architectural works
  • 6. Works that are not protected by Copyright • Ideas, procedures, methods, systems, processes, concepts, principles, discoveries, or devices • Titles, names, short phrases, and slogans; mere listings of ingredients or contents • Works that are not fixed in a tangible form of expression • Works consisting entirely of information that is commonly available and contains no originality • Works by the US government
  • 7. Fair Use Fair use is a limitation and exception to the exclusive right granted by copyright law to the author of a creative work.
  • 8. When Fair Use is Used • News Reporting • Criticism • Research • Teachers Use in a classroom The Golden Rule: Only take from someone else what you would not mind them taking from you.
  • 9. pla·gia·rism pley-juh-riz-uhm noun 1. an act or instance of using or closely imitating the language and thoughts of another author without authorization and the representation of that author's work as one's own, as by not crediting the original author.
  • 10. • Receiving credit for someone else’s work • Copying words or ideas without giving the source credit • Not using quotations • Using the same sentence structure but changing the words and not giving credit • Copying words and using ideas for the majority of your work even if you gave the source credit
  • 11. • Make an outline with a balance of your ideas and your sources • Take good notes by citing all your sources as you begin your research • Know how to cite sources correctly
  • 12. Safety on the WEB “Internet safety is about avoiding being ripped off, disrespected, bullied, scammed, or stalked while you’re just trying to have a good time online,” states the Washington State Office of the Attorney General website.
  • 13. You are a Target • Anything you post on the web can be sold to someone who is interested • You can be bullied • Someone can take credit for your work • Denied a job opportunity • Steal your identity
  • 14. Respect Yours and Your Friends Privacy • Even if you want your picture posted your friend might not. • Beware that a conversation online may be available to others. • Just because you set your social networking to private you still have a lot of information available to stalkers • Always have your parents permission to be online
  • 15. Safety on your Computer • Install and keep an antivirus up-to-date • Beware of what you download • Viruses may be sent through Emails • Restrict Administration Access • Backup your computer
  • 16. Passwords • Passwords easy to hack are: • Phrases like Iloveyou • 123456 • Safest Password include • An uppercase letter • A lowercase letter • At least one digit • One symbol • 12 characters
  • 17. References The Core Rules of Netiquette. (2011). Retrieved August 17, 2013, from Retrieved August 17, 2013, from Boston Public Library. (2001). Netiquette for Kids. Retrieved from Retrieved August 17, 2013. Netiquette image. Welcome Copyright Kids! (2007). Retrieved from Merriam Webster. (2013). Retrieved from (2013). Retrieved from (2013). Retrieved from
  • 18. Washington State Office of the Attorney General. (2008). Retrieved from Romero, Ric. (2011, September 20). How safe are your computer passwords? Retrieved from Pantic, Mitz. 10 Top Safety Computer Tips. Retrieved from The Fair Use Rule: When Use of Copyright Material is Acceptable. (2013). 30100.html Wikipedia. (2013, August 21). Retrieved from