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  1. 1. INTERNET RULES AND REGULATION CREATED BY: TREY BRYANTWe are going to be talking about basic rules on what todo and what not to do on the Internet. We are also goingto be talking about plagiarism which is against the lawand you can go to jail for it.
  2. 2. HOW DO YOU PRESENT PROPER BEHAVIOR ON THE INTERNET WITH NETIQUETTE?
  3. 3. PRESENTATION OF RULES To present proper behavior on the Internet you have to follow the guidelines and regulations. Some follow these rules and some don’t, and the people who don’t are punished for their wrong doings. These rules are to keep you safe and orderly.
  4. 4. PROPER BEHAVIOR ON THE INTERNET To present proper internet behavior you should… Watch what you post online. Look out for plagiarism. Make sure you do not flame. Also you should make sure you have propermanners like you would to an adult.
  5. 5. WHY ARE RULES OF CONDUCTIMPORTANT WHEN COMMUNICATINGONLINERules of conduct are important because without themwe the Internet would be no more than chaos andconfusion. These rules are set for a reason, thatreason is so that you can play with the Internet safeand securely.
  6. 6. WHAT IS PLAGIARISM? Plagiarism is a form of stealing. Not only is it stealing but it is not giving the creator credit for any of his/her work. Plagiarism is wrong and you can go to jail for it. What if you made a 15 page report in your class and yours was the best in the class, and later on in the day someone stole it, so you see, you should treat others the way you want to be treated.  ITS FRAUD!
  7. 7. 9 THINGS YOU SHOULD NOT DO ONLINE. You should not… 1. tell where you are every “minute”. 2. Put pictures online other people should not see. 3. Give a lot of information about special events. 4. Accepting people you don’t know. 5. Friending people you don’t know. 6. Put contact information for everyone to see.7. Flame anyone. To flame someone means to insult someone on the internet. 8. Say anything outside of your personality. 9. Join grouped mailing
  8. 8. COPYRIGHT Copyright is when you copy someone elses work when its either printed or audio or video of some sort of copying. Copyrighting is no better than plagiarizing. As a matter of fact they are like brothers in a way. If you copyright you can go to jail for this also, and have similar punishments for it.
  9. 9. WHAT SHOULD YOU THINK ABOUT BEFORE YOU PUBLISH INFORMATION?1. Make sure that the content is suitable for yourviewers.2. Read over you information before publishing.3. present this to a close friend or relative beforepresenting to audience.4. Practice on your voice, tone, and body languagewhile practicing. 5. Now you are ready to present. (5 step equation)
  10. 10. ENDING RESOLUTION Everyday that you are on the computer it should always end on a good note. Whether it is not getting into a verbal fight or getting into trouble. Take note of the small accomplishments, if you don’t then you will think you have not achieved anything. Once you have spent a couple of hours on the computer, take a break and get active weather its outside or inside. Obesity is a serious issue in America, and one of its reasons is because of technology such as a computer. Its time to make a change.
  11. 11. REFERENCE PAGE1.Nettiquette (N.D)http://www.networketiquette.net/2.Facebook for educatorshttp://facebookforeducators.org/educators-guide3.Etwinning 6/9/12www.etwinning.net5. Things not to do online (N.D)http://www.schools.nsw.edu.au/leavingschool/next/pdf/art09/online9.pdf

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