Digital Citizenship Project
Kaden W., Period 3
7 Digital Citizenship Rules
2. Never share any of your personal information on the internet, because there are people online who will steal it and use it however they like, try to trick you into scams, or try to steal your identity.
3. Social networking is a way for people to meet and communicate over the internet. You can find new people who share interests and keep your friends up to date. You should never post anything you wouldn't want your parents, classmates, teachers, or future employers to see. Never give out any personal information.
4. When online, always stay safe. Do these things to keep you as safe as possible. Keep your identity a secret. Also, be extra careful with strangers. If anyone makes you feel bad online, tell an adult. Lastly, always protect your passwords.
5. Cyberbullying is bullying online. Unfortunately, there are very many ways to do it. If cyberbullying happens to you, tell an adult to stop the problem as quickly as possible.
6. Plagiarism is stealing or using someone else's work or ideas and taking credit for it. Plagiarism is a very serious thing and you can even get arrested for it. Whenever using someone else's ideas or work always give them credit.
7. Copyrights are legal protections given to authors of creative works. When you create something of your own, there are rights given to you that can be taken to court. This means you are the only one with the right to copy or distribute your works.