Digital Citizenship Project

Kalan L. P.5

Rule #1: Digital Etiquette

THINK before you post:

A lot of information can be seen if you post. When you post something there is no turning back. You cannot delete something when you have posted it. When you delete something off of twitter, Facebook, and snap chat they do not go away completely.

Rule #2 Information Privacy

Don't share personal information:

If you are on a website and an ad pops up that says something like get your own panda bear for free! If you click on it somethings may pop up asking for your email address name and other personal information! If you fill in all these things and send people may be able to hack you or find were you live and people can harass you! So NEVER share personal information on the internet.

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Rule #3 Social Networking

Use Social Networking Privately:

Social Networking is a way to interact with people on the internet. Some types of social networks are Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. But you need to use social networking carefully. If a stranger or anyone wants to chat with you or friend you you should probably deny.

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RULE #4 Online Safety

Never share personal information Online:

Online safety is very important NEVER use your name for any game or social media. If a game asks for your age of name and birth day you should either decide not to sign up for that game or you should make up a name, birth date, and age.

RULE #5 Cyber Bullying

Try not to seek revenge on a cyber bully:

Many times someone will say something that is really rude to you. The best way to handle this is to block them and do not text back something rude. Try not to become the Cyber Bully.

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RULE #6 Plagiarism

Plagiarism is when somebody copy's someones work and use it is there own. Also Plagiarism can also be when you write something directly from a book onto whatever you are working on.

RULE #7

Copy Right:

Copy Right protects anything you have made example: Photo Graph, text, music you made, and books. So for example if you made a song and uploaded it onto the internet nobody can use your song unless they have permission. If you use somebody book or song with out permission you could be sued. That means that you can be forced to pay money to the person in charge of the copyrighted books, song, or what ever you used.

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Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship has 7 rules. Digital Etiquette, information privacy, social networking, online safety, cyber bullying, plagiarism, and copyright. All of these rules are VERY important. It is important that you follow each and every one of these rules to be safe online. When you don't follow these rules then there will be consequences.